- Famous African YouTuber, Wode Maya, has revealed he once quit his job as an Aeronautical Engineer in China to start vlogging about Africa
- According to Maya, he was a student in Asia when he decided to document some of his unpleasant experiences as a Black man in China and started gaining traction
- Wode Maya hails from a small village in the Western Region of Ghana and has now gained well over 500,000 YouTube subscribers on his channel
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Wode Maya, a popular African YouTuber from Ghana has narrated how he quit his Aeronautical Engineering job in China to become the top Youtuber in Ghana.
According to the renowned social media personality and vlogger, he was a student in China studying Aeronautical Engineering when he decided to document some of his experiences.
He indicated in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official YouTube channel of Face2FaceAfrica that he was amazed by some of the treatment he had to undergo in the foreign country.
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Wode Maya, whose real name is Berthold Winkler's videos started gaining traction online over time and he decided to quit his job to focus on telling the African story.
Berthold hails from a small village in the Western Region of Ghana and has now gained well over 500,000 YouTube subscribers on his channel.
He has travelled to 17 countries of Africa to feature different kinds of companies and people and has himself been featured by many top YouTubers all around the continent.
In other interesting news by YEN.com.gh, a 34-year old sportsman and peace advocate, identified as Derrick Lomotey, has completed a peace campaign from Tamale to Accra through Kumasi on foot.
According to a video report sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Facebook handle of Citi 97.3 FM, it took Derrick three weeks to complete the entire journey.
It is reported that within the period, Derrick Lomotey made several stops at different communities to educate the public and major stakeholders on how to retain peace before, during and after the 2020 general elections.
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