- 4-year-old genius Ghanaian child Nii Omanye Otoo Alfred has stunned the internet by correctly answering any question at all
- Alfred was granted an exclusive interview on YEN.com.gh's Faces of Ghana show
- The questions were posed on general knowledge, physics, chemistry, history and more
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Nii Omanye Otoo Alfred is a 4-year-old genius Ghanaian child prodigy who has stunned the internet by correctly answering every tough question he was posed in an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh
Little Alfred and his mother were on a special edition of Faces of Ghana, which highlights great exploits of Ghanaians.
The ability of the young child was tested in different areas of knowledge such as history, science and mathematics but he did not falter in any way with any of the questions.
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In Ghana, knowledge about the periodic table with its chemical elements and symbols are normally not taught until junior high school.
It is utterly shocking that the young boy who is only in kindergarten two has been able to give the accurate chemical symbol for any random chemical element he was asked.
His mother, who later joined in the interview indicates that Alfred is the youngest of her children but has been teaching his older siblings.
According to her, Alfred's tutorials are not only exclusive to his siblings but also include his parents as well.
She mentions that the 4-year-old boy loves to read a lot, an activity he developed very quickly even before turning one.
Alfred, for that matter, gets to meet a lot of new information and would always walk up to anybody including his parents with questions. When he realizes the person is unaware of what he's asking, Alfred would proceed to tutor the individual there and then.
As expected, many Ghanaians have reacted wildly to the boy's intelligence.
Nuhu Hafiz said:
I think Ghanaians should replace Nana Ado with this boy. The boys big head is wisdom but Nana's big head is not
Kobby Antonio who appeared very impressed gave the genius a new title:
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The result shows that most of the traders and market women did not desire the new currency. There were a few people who loved it and also gave their compelling reasons for taking the stance in the exciting video interview.
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