- A student of Mankessim MA. A. School in the Central region has endeared the hearts of many after an adorable drawing of his surfaced online
- Kwabena Atta Kakra, a teacher of the student shared the boy's artwork into a popular Facebook group
- Many have reacted with heart-warming messages while others have called for the boy's work to be amplified
A young Ghanaian student of Mankessim MA. A. School in the Central region has awed many with his exceptionally creative drawing of the late Ebony Reigns after it was shared into a popular Facebook group.
While the toddler's name is yet to be known, his adorable artwork of the late sensational dancehall artiste has generated pleasant comments from members of the group.
Kwabena Atta Kakra, a teacher of the toddler shared a two variance collage of the minor's drawing and his photo into the group and asked members to critique the boy's drawing.
Some individuals have reacted since the photo of the juvenile's drawing was shared online.
While the boy's identity wasn't disclosed, his stunning drawing of the late Ebony Reigns who died via a traffic collision on 8 February 2018, has shot him into the spotlight.
The boy's drawing has generated over 8,000 likes and almost 1,000 comments since it was shared into the group.
Like the good book says, one's talent will bring him before royals. Hopefully other works of the minor would emerge and someone with a creative eye would help shape this young talent into a national treasure.
Meanwhile, a young couple have tied the knot in a beautiful and simple marriage ceremony which saw a few family members and friends present to grace their marriage. While a lot of people have been dating for years but can’t marry because marriage has now become synonymous to money, the two defied social expectations and married without spending much on their special day.
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