VIDEO: Nuhu Dan Hausa – Ga Do Do Yadawo Kwan Kwaso
A new video has been circulating on social media, featuring a young man named Nuhu Dan Hausa, who is demonstrating his impressive skills at balancing on a narrow beam while carrying a heavy load on his head. The video is titled “Ga Do Do Yadawo Kwan Kwaso,” which translates to “Walking on the edge of a sword.”
Nuhu Dan Hausa is a resident of Kano, a city in northern Nigeria known for its rich cultural heritage and traditional practices. He is a member of the Hausa ethnic group, one of the largest in Nigeria, and is known for their skilled horseback riding, sword fighting, and acrobatic performances.
In the video, Nuhu Dan Hausa can be seen walking on a narrow wooden beam, which is about four inches wide and several feet long. He is wearing traditional attire, including a flowing robe and a turban wrapped around his head. On top of his head, he is balancing a large metal container, which appears to be filled with water or some other heavy substance.
As he walks across the beam, Nuhu Dan Hausa appears calm and confident, with his eyes fixed on the horizon. He steps carefully, using his toes to grip the edge of the beam and maintain his balance. At one point, he even stops and turns around, without losing his footing or spilling the contents of the container.
The video has received a lot of attention on social media, with many viewers expressing awe and admiration for Nuhu Dan Hausa’s skills. Some have compared him to a tightrope walker or a circus performer, while others have praised his bravery and endurance.
However, others have expressed concern about the dangers of performing such stunts, especially without proper safety equipment or training. Walking on a narrow beam at a great height can be extremely risky, and even a slight misstep could lead to a serious injury or worse.
Despite the risks, Nuhu Dan Hausa and other performers like him continue to practice their traditional skills and share them with the world. They are a testament to the resilience and creativity of Nigeria’s diverse cultural heritage, and a reminder of the importance of preserving and celebrating our shared traditions.
Asha kallo lafiya mungode da ziyarar wannan gida namu mai albarka asha saurare lafiya.