Ghanaian repairer creates fufu pounding machine using wood

Ghanaian repairer creates fufu pounding machine using wood

- A talented Ghanaian repairer named Chief Yaw Ennin has created a machine for pounding fufu

- The device is made up of plywood, nails and other items that enable it to use electrical power

- Chief Yaw Ennim comes from Obuasi in the Ashanti Region and is reachable on 054 599 6649

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Chief Yaw Ennin, a talented Ghanaian repairer has created a machine made up of plywood, nails and other tools purposely for pounding fufu.

Fufu is a Ghanaian delicacy that is prepared by putting boiled cassava and plantain in a mortar and pounding them until they blend together into a heavy ball.

This is a stressful process as it usually requires someone to do the hitting whilst another person turns the meal in the mortar continuously until it's ready.

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However, in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of Factsandtruths_official, the machine easily takes away the stress that comes with the preparation of the dish.

It demonstrated how the device is able to hit in the mortar with great force.

The inventor reportedly runs his own small enterprise called Chief Masks Ventures at Obuasi in Ashanti Region and can be reached on 054 599 6649.

Ghanaian repairer creates fufu pounding machine using wood

Ghanaian repairer creates fufu pounding machine using wood Credit: @factsandtruths_official
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In the post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his personal Twitter page, Kwadwo Safo for the first time showed both internal and external features of the car that has been trending on social media in Ghana for some time.

As YEN.com.gh previously reported, the car was manufactured by Kelvin Odartey, an 18-year-old junior high school (JHS) graduate who produced the brand with scraps and other materials.

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