2 smart teenage brothers who run successful bakery business feed homeless people

2 smart teenage brothers who run successful bakery business feed homeless people

- Two teenage brothers identified as Shane and Nigel Mushambi co-own and run a successful bakery in Texas, USA

- The brothers, aged 12 and 13, are also students, authors and philanthropists

- The boys started the bakery business after winning a baking competition three consecutive times

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Two teenage brothers, Shane and Nigel Mushambi, who are just 12 and 13-years-old respectively, are already the founders and CEOs of their own Texas-based bakery called Two Bros. in the Kitchen.

The hardworking brothers are also students taking college-level classes and also find time to contribute to their communities. The two brothers have reportedly been always passionate about baking and only decided to start selling after winning a baking competition three consecutive times. Their passion turned into business when someone was willing to buy their winning piece.

They launched into business and have been successfully running the bakery business while still managing to study their books and also give back to their community. The young boys asides having a peculiar entrepreneurial spirit also find time to feed the homeless.

While speaking to ABC recently, the two brothers said that they give to the community because the community has done so much for them.

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Aside from feeding their passion in baking, the brothers are also fond of studying math and science, Black Business reports.

Shane, who is in 8th grade, takes college-level math and engineering courses at Houston Community College. Nigel, who is a 7th-grader, takes pre-calculus course.

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Meanwhile, 15-year-old Adom Appiah not only boasts of the title of author but is also the founder of Ball4Good, a nonprofit organisation supporting communities through sports.

The teenager recently won a young hero award and a cash prize of N3.6 million to support the activities of his organisation which he began when he was 12.

His organisation began as a 7th grade project, which Appiah thought to bring together local and celebrity athletes to play ball and in essence, raise money for local communities.

In other stories, after nearly 57 years of marriage, former President Agyekum Kufour and his wife Theresa Mensah, remain a reference point for many who consider the couple’s marriage a perfect one.

Certainly not devoid of tensions, misunderstandings and the usual lovey-dovey couples' fights, the two have been together since they tied the knot at a white wedding ceremony in 1962.

A photo, which shows a young and handsome Kufour with his adorable newly wedded wife in arms has surfaced online and has reignited conversations about the two being a model couple for young people to emulate.

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