Video of midwifery students singing ‘ʋɛg!na song’ after their Licensure Exams 

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A video of final year midwifery students beautifully singing a ʋɛg!na song Is casing chaos on social media.

The video which is gaining public attention saw some beautiful and elegant midwifery students displaying their vocalists in a heartwarming song after their final Licensure Examination.

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It’s believe that, if you are a midwifery student and you can’t sing this song, it means you have failed your Licensure Examination in advance.

This, according to sources has made every midwifery student to learn how to sing this song at all times.

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This is because, if you are a midwifery student, this song will help you in the examination hall during the Licensure Examination.

The video posted by “the Ghana Nurse Media” saw the potential midwives singing with part of the lyrics saying “ʋɛg!na is a potential canal, the cervix projects, into the ʋɛgina, at a right angle forming 4 fornices, anterior fornices 7.5, posterior fornice 11.5, and the 2 lateral fornices.”

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SOURCE: Coverghana.com.gh

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