- Stylish Ghanaian photographer Susuma Sane has been selected by World Press Photo under the auspices of the West Africa Visual Journalism Fellowship
- Susama Sane works portray the rich cultural heritage of various groups of people
- The huge fanbase of the renowned visual influencer celebrated him on Twitter for his achievement
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Stylish Ghanaian photographer Susuma Sane, popularly known for his Ofoe Amegavie brand, has recently been selected for the West Africa Visual Journalism fellowship by World Press Photo.
Susuma Sane announced the big break on his Twitter handle to thousands of his followers who took the opportunity to greatly congratulate the renowned photographer.
World Press Photo also shared the news on their Twitter handle where they said:
We are proud to announce the three talents selected for the West Africa Visual Journalism Fellowship: congratulations to Adrien Bitibaly (Burkina Faso), @OfoeAmegavie (Ghana), & Aka Aboubakhr Thierry Kouame (Côte d'Ivoire)
The Ghanaian camera expert who calls himself a visual influencer has been running his website ofoeamegavie.com for years.
Susuma Sane has undertaken several projects with amazing pictures that portray the cultural heritage and customs of various groups of people.
Speaking about the latest success, Susuma Sane noted excitedly that, "Happy to announce I have been selected as one of the three talents for the West Africa Visual Journalism fellowship by World Press Photo."
Some of his followers poured kind heartwarming words on the renowned visual influencer.
kɛbashɔɔ (@S_tage) said he was proud of the young man:
abdallah (@TrigAce) who appears to know the photographer personally expressed his joy and appreciation following the feat:
A number of Ghanaians have been chalking amazing feats both inside and outside the shores of the country.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported how two Ghanaian women have been elected MPs, winning their seats on the ticket of the Labour party in the United Kingdom.
It would be recalled that YEN.com.gh reported how Abena Oppong-Asare became the first lady from Ghana to win the seat of an MP in the UK.
Before the day ended, another lady Bell Ribeiro-Addy swept massive votes to her side and also won a parliamentary seat for another constituency.
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