- DJ Switch has shared a photo of her senior brother on social media
- The Ghanaian young disc jockey star shared the photo to mark her brother's birthday
- Some social media users took notice of their resemblance
Our Manifesto: This is what YEN.com.gh believes in
Multi-talented young Ghanaian disc jockey star and artiste, Erica Tandoh, famed as DJ Switch, has taken pride in her senior brother, who she simply identified as Theo.
The versatile internationally acclaimed DJ, who has shared the stage with celebrated global artistes such as Wyclef Jean, recently took to her social media handles to wish her brother a belated happy birthday.
DJ Switch posted a photo of Theo who was captured with a very sparkling smile.
For the time in a very long time, Ghanaians now know he brother of DJ Switch.
DJ Switch shared the photo while stating that she remains thankful to God for making Theo ''lead the way as a big brother.''
''Sorry for the late wish big brother. Honestly I always thank God for making you lead the way as a big brother. You have been my reliable teacher, supporter, protector and a cool gentle friend. You make me smile and cry over little things that makes me miss you the more when I'm not around you. May we grow stronger together as 'water and fish' in the fear of the Lord hoping to achieve our dream.
My lovely gift to you today is to call you #braTheo as our African tradition demands. HAPPY BIRTHDAY #braTheo,’’ DJ Switch said in a post on social media.
Some social media users also took notice of their resemblance while wishing Theo a belated birthday.
Meanwhile, from a burdened heart, owing to experiencing at first hand the struggles of the deprived to make ends meet, especially market women, 33-year-old Michael Asidu, decided to build mini trucks that would help them in their daily businesses.
Despite the financial setbacks and having access to little resources, Asidu braved the odds to start very little from scratch. The determined young Ghanaian talent has always been inclined towards mechanics while growing up.
Asidu started building his dreams into life using a combination of metal scrap materials, plywood and aluminium sheets to build his petrol mini-trucks to enable business owners transport their products easily.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download YEN's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major Ghana news!
Ghana News Today: Exclusive Interview with an energetic Ghanaian centenarian| #Yencomgh
Have national and human interest issues to discuss?
Know someone who is extremely talented and needs recognition?
Your stories and photos are always welcome. Get interactive via our Facebook page.
Hurray! YEN.com.gh has won the ''Online News Portal of the Year'' award at NCA awards 2019. Click here to view the beautiful photos.