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Here's a group of women in Ghana singing the powerful Women's March anthem, "I Can't Keep Quiet"

There was so much good that came out of Women’s March this year! It was incredible to see women around the world unite in the name of love and activism. And one of the coolest things to come out of Women’s March was definitely the song “I Can’t Keep Quiet”.

Originally performed by MILCK and the #ICAN’TKEEPQUIET choir, the song quickly went viral. Soon it became the unofficial theme song of the protest.

The simple, powerful message resonated with so many people.

Even Samantha Bee invited them to perform it on Full Frontal.

Since then, there have been all sorts of covers and tributes to the song. But we just found a new favorite. A group of women in Ghana performed the music beautifully. And it was uploaded to the Global Platform Ghana Facebook page.

I can't keep quiet with Dagbanli

Check out the Dagbali remix of "I can't keep quiet" song (lyrics below) that will be performed for International Womens' Day to advocate for women's economic empowerment and rights. Our group is getting bigger and it's getting more fun. You don't want to miss this. Wednesday, 8th March, 8:00 am Jubilee park. Join us and ActionAid in this women's march and don't forget to wear something red. For more information, call Dorcas: 0541360690. #Icantkeepquiet #BeboldforchangeTITLE: FO (“Quiet”)DAGBALI /// ENGLISHN ku tooi fo (x2) No oh oh oh oh oh oh /// I can’t keep quiet, No oh oh oh oh oh ohPag yino zab zaa zugu, No oh oh oh oh oh oh /// One woman riot, No oh oh oh oh oh ohN ku tooi fo, No oh oh oh oh oh oh /// I can’t keep quietPag yino malgu soli No oh oh oh oh oh oh /// One woman riot, No oh oh oh oh oh ohN ku tooi fo /// I can’t keep quietSo zagma bo, noooo, o maga /// For anyone, nooooo, not anymoreChe ka di yi palo, Che ka di yi palo, Che ka di yi palo punpono /// Let it out, Let it out, Let it out nowDi ni ku sobukaata /// There’ll be someone who understandsChe ka di yi palo, Che ka di yi palo, Che ka di yi palo punpono /// Let it out, Let it out, Let it out nowDi ni ku so bukaata /// There’ll be someone who understandsChe ka di yi palo, Che ka di yi palo, Che ka di yi palo punpono /// Let it out, Let it out, Let it out now

Posted by Global Platform Ghana on Tuesday, March 7, 2017

The beginning starts with the familiar English lyrics before switching into Dagbanli.

But no matter what the language, the message and meaning remain clear.

And even the original singer and songwriter, MILCK, posted her love for this video on her own page.

She wrote, “I am so deeply moved by the power of song, and how it can echo through so many different people, including my sisters from Ghana. It’s proof to me that when we sing our truths out, there are people who will understand.”

Global Platform Ghana trains youth organizations and individuals in Ghana in political activism and empowerment.

It’s so awesome and inspiring to see the world-wide reach and ongoing impact of Women’s March!

We would like to thank all who participated in the International Women’s Day march that took place yesterday in Tamale....

Posted by Global Platform Ghana on Thursday, March 9, 2017

We hope to see more beautiful activist posts and protests from Global Platform Ghana and these incredible singers.

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