- A 9-year-old Ghanaian called Nicholas Buamah is renowned in the United States for his brilliant literary works
- He authored a book that became a bestseller on Amazon and was accepted into the U.S congress library
- Nicholas is also known as the Walking Dictionary for his amazing command over the English Language and unfamiliar words
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Nicholas Buamah, a nine-year-old boy who hails from Ghana has become a force to reckon with in the literary space in the United States of America.
In an interview that was conducted on Nicholas by Steve Harvey, when the boy was only eight years old, it emerged that he was already a bestselling author on Amazon.
Nicholas won the accolade with his book titled, 'Kayla & Kyle The Walking Dictionaries: Election Day' which was also accepted into the library of congress in the U.S.
Watch the full interview below:
The young Ghanaian boy is also known by many as the Walking Dictionary, for his extraordinary memory of uncommon words and their appropriate meanings.
Nicholas, among many things, appears to be a young man who loves his country, Ghana, as he stated during the interview with Steve Harvey that his dream was to get copies of his books to every school in the country.
In 2019, Nicholas enjoyed the title as Ghana’s Ambassador to the United States for a minute during a courtesy visit to Ghana’s Ambassador to the U.S.
In another interesting report, a beautiful young Fante girl in Tamale named Juliana Asante who had been missing since December 25 as all attempts to trace her proved futile, has finally been found.
Information obtained directly by YEN.com.gh from a reliable source close to Juliana's family indicates that she has reunited with her family after the rigorous search for her.
The 17-year-old who reportedly speaks English Language and Fante had left home at about seven o'clock in the evening on Christmas Day.
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