- A mural of investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, has caught on with social media users
- Photos of the painting were shared by Anas on social media and it has attracted several reactions
- A message beneath the painting admonishes Ghanaians that we are all Anases in our neighbourhoods
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Investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, has shared photos of a beautiful mural created by a Ghanaian artist.
Taking to social media, Anas stated that we serve society and rely on society for protection and recognition of service to humanity.
He indicated that the art was created by Nicholas Wayo at Jamestown, a suburb of Accra.
The series of photos show the step-by-step creation of an image on of the investigative journalist on a wall with the inscription: “U are the Anas in the neighbourhood.”
The first photo shows a wall painted primarily yellow with a blue square at the top right corner. It then consistently grows in design to become a full image of Anas.
Social media users could not help but react to the post:
Miller prayed God will continue to bless Anas.
Adjei admired the painting, saying it is a great piece of work.
Bedzo added that it is important to trust nature.
Malambo revealed he is Anas' number one follower in Zambia.
Barca noted that it has been a while since Anas exposed bad people.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has learned that a Ghanaian engineering student studying for her PhD, Lois Afua Okyerewaa Damptey, will soon share her research findings with the members of the British Parliament.
Information available shows that followed an invitation from the House after she was selected from over 100 applicants from about 27 countries.
The applicants were asked to prepare a pictorial presentation of their academic research to the Pan African Conference on Crystallography and Damptey came out tops.
In 2019, she warded off competition from lecturers and other competitors to grab the top prize in engineering.
Per a report by Starrfm.com.gh, a jury of experts chose Damptey’s work as the best of the lot.
This won her two awards; one from the International Centre for Diffraction Data (ICDD) and the other from the Royal Society of Chemistry.
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