Meet the Ghanaian boy who is reportedly 7ft6; taller than Shaquille O'Neal, Lebron James

Meet the Ghanaian boy who is reportedly 7ft6; taller than Shaquille O'Neal, Lebron James

- Charles Sogli, a young man in Ghana has been reportedly discovered to be of the height 7 ft 6

- This makes him taller than most of the basketball players in the world as he is only 1 inch shorter than the tallest, who is Tacko Fall

- Although Charles' age has not been disclosed, from the look of his face, he appears to be young enough to grow even taller

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Photos of a young gentleman named Charles Sogli in Ghana have surfaced online and it is said that his height is 7 foot 6 inches which makes him taller than some of the tallest basketball players.

A photo of him in comparison to a man named Yaw Pare has shown the extent of the boy's extraordinary height given that Yaw himself is very tall.

Although the age of Charles Sogli has not been disclosed, many have said that he needs to join a major basketball team in the world, at all costs.

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If Charles' height is truly confirmed, that would make him one of the tallest people on the planet today as he is already taller than Shaquille O'Neal and just one inch shorter than Tacko Fall, the tallest basketball player currently.

Although Sultan Kösen, a Turkish public figure, farmer-herder holds the Guinness World Record for the tallest living male at 251 centimetres (8'3''), Charles' height is still remarkable given that the young might probably grow taller.

Several people have been reacting to Charles Sogli's photo.

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In another interesting report by, Ghana's tourism minister, Barbara Oteng Gyasi, has asked African-Americans to move to Ghana and experience total freedom and peace as opposed to being in the United States.

This was reported by in a post sighted by and the report suggests that the tourism minister of Ghana made the statement as a solution to the many unfair treatments Black Americans get.

It is indicated that Barbara Oteng Gyasi made the statement at the ceremony honouring the death of George Floyd which was held at the W.E.B Du Bois Memorial Centre for Pan-African Culture in the city of Accra.

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