Lady in Ashanti Region builds huge house single-handedly; no masons & carpenters

Lady in Ashanti Region builds huge house single-handedly; no masons & carpenters

- An amazing lady from Akomadan in the Ashanti Region has single-handedly built a compound house right from scratch

- She was seen making finishing touches to an extension to the structure in a video that is fast going viral on social media

- Her use of tools such as the hacksaw as seen in the footage shows that she is truly an expert

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A lady from Akomadan in the Ashanti Region of Ghana has built a large compound house for herself right from scratch without the help of masons and carpenters.

In a video that was seen by YEN.com.gh on the Facebook handle of Ghanafuo.com, the woman was seen single-handedly making finishing touches on a new extension she made to the house.

The footage also showed the full length of the house that was made by the woman and it looked well planned and organized for a single builder.

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In another portion of the video, the hardworking lady was seen using a hacksaw with great skills that showed she is very much used to the art.

She also appears to be free-spirited as she was captured smiling and laughing when the recorder of the video tried to capture her face and attention whilst hailing her for the great work.

Although her name is not disclosed, she has already become an online sensation as several thousands of people had already seen and reacted to footage at the time of this report.

Lady in Ashanti Region builds huge house single-handedly; no masons & carpenters

Lady in Ashanti Region builds huge house single-handedly; no masons & carpenters Credit: Ghanafuo.com
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In another powerful report, Samuel Aboagye, a junior high school student at Aggrey Road number two JHS has created an amazing Bluetooth speaker box using a regular water gallon.

In a post originally put up by Dext Technology Limited and further explained by Mckingtorch Makafui Awuku, it is indicated that the young boy developed the sound system with gallons that were regarded as waste.

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It is indicated that Samuel used practical concepts of electric current flow, conductors, and non-conductors as well as design thinking techniques to make the creative electronic device.

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