YEN.com.gh has sighted a video of nine-year-old girl, Sheillah Sheldone Charles, who is currently going places with her multiple talents.
Sheillah, a Kenyan, is talented and at her age, is able to do so many things much to the admiration of her family, friends, community, and the world at large.
She has skills in painting, drawing, designing, modelling, and teaching!
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The nine-year-old multi-talented girl has attracted the attention of the BBC, where she had an interview recently.
She revealed that her talent is driven by passion, the passion to bring out the best of everything in her, and also to help others.
In her interview, she indicated that she was doing some work for many dignitaries including the President of Kenya, Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta.
Among the many things Shiella has drawn include lion, zebra, and other wonderful paintings about nature.
Shiellah is also a teacher in the sense that she is currently teaching her age mates who are interested in drawing and painting like her, because she believes in sharing.
“If you have a talent, don’t say it is mine alone, you must teach others; you should also share your talent out there,” she said.
The little angel revealed that this is what she wants to do forever.
It is no secret that her parents, friends, school and the whole of Kenya is proud of Shiellah Sheldone Charles.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh has earlier published similar articles about other young people who are also mutil-talented.
Recently, there was a report on two friends, Desmond and Caleb, who make up the group ‘2pencils’ and are making waves with their impeccable drawing skills.
There was also the story of a young Ghanaian man who has invented a bicycle to be rode on water.
YEN.com.gh wishes all these young ones well with their talents in all their endeavours.
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