Talented kid: Meet Judith Awenam Abotsi amazing 10-year-old Ghanaian artist

Talented kid: Meet Judith Awenam Abotsi amazing 10-year-old Ghanaian artist

- A young Ghanaian pupil by name Judith Awenam Abotsi has been discovered with a profound talent in drawing

- She has a great passion for the art as she draws almost every beautiful image she comes across

- Judith is a 10-year-old student at True Believers Academy in a suburb called Obeyeyie.

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A 10-year-old girl named Judith Awenam Abotsi who is already an amazing artist has been discovered by YEN.com.gh.

The little girl who is only in class five has a flaming passion for drawing as she is always moved to make drawings of every beautiful image she sees.

Judith attends True Believers Academy at Obeyeyie, a suburb of Amasaman in the Ga West District.

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YEN.com.gh has confirmed that Judith has great ambitions she wishes to reach with her talent. She longs for an opportunity to showcase her talent in any of such shows that are held in Ghana.

A major dream for her, also, is to get the chance of personally presenting a portrait of the president of the Republic to him.

Another urgent need for Judith is to get a manager who would properly guide her through the career path she has already selected as a young artist.

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Judith Awenam Abotsi can be contacted on +233(0)24-33-57-856. Any form of assistance to Judith is one that would go a long way to assist the talented young girl and forever be greatly appreciated.

See more pictures of Judith's amazing works below:

1. Beautiful picture of flower neatly drawn by Judith

2. Drawing of a young man with headphones

3. Drawing of a cute fairy by Judith

It appears that there is a surge in the exploits of women in Ghana. Just recently, YEN.com.gh reported that a lady named Auntie Yaa Dede has revealed in an interview how she has engaged in a male-dominated masonry job since 1995.

Auntie Yaa Dede is a Fante from Agona Bodom in the Central Region of Ghana. Starting the job since 1995 implies she has been in the business for almost 25 years.

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