- Three Ghanaian innovators would soon be featured on CNN International due to their works in science and technology
- The innovators, Charles Ofori Antipem, Priscilla Mante and Ben Nortey, are breaking new grounds in their areas of work
- They hope to inspire another generation of innovators to carry on with their work
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Three young Ghanaian innovators, Charles Ofori Antipem, Priscilla Mante and Ben Nortey, are set to be featured on CNN International, YEN.com.gh has learned.
Information available shows that they are using science and technology to break new grounds.
They also intend to inspire another generation of Ghanaian innovators who would carry on with their work.
Per a report by peacefmonline.com, the three innovators noted that they were exploring and applying innovation in different fields of science to help humanity.
Antipem, who is the founder of Dext Technology, is using technology to help thousands of kids in Ghana and across the world learn science with a kit the same size and price as a textbook.
Nortey is an innovator looking to bring robotics into the mainstream across Africa.
Nicknamed ‘The Botmaster’, he has repurposed scrap metal into robotics which he hopes could eventually be a positive cultural change.
In other news, a woman, who identifies herself as @preetyani on Twitter, has released a video of herself holding bundles of money.
The video was shared after a man wrote his phone number on the bundles of cash and handed them to her.
Information available shows that this was after she had refused to give out her phone number when the man asked for it.
YEN.com.gh understands that he wrote his phone number on bundles of money to the tune of 30,000 Naira or GHc472 and asked her to call him when she gets home.
The incident occurred at a bachelors' party at which they were both present.
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