Oswald, a young boy who decided to communicate his Our Day wishes to his mother, Rita Gennuh, via writing became an overnight star after the letter went viral online
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YEN.com.gh has been able to put together some amazing details about the little genius whose name is now on the lips and fingertips of many Ghanaians.
Although the letter appears adequately thought-out and well-written, Oswald's mother has confirmed that the young boy is only nine.
"He turned nine not long ago," she said.
2. Has one sibling
It has emerged that the intelligent online sensation is an amazing big brother to one sibling.
3. Very organized and brilliant
According to Rita Gennuh, at his age, Osward exhibits a high level of brilliance and organization in his dealings and she is so grateful to God for that.
4. Now communicates with his mother via letter to prevent disappointment
The nine-year-old's mother has also stated that she did not live up to some promises she made to her son in the recent past, and for that reason, he does not communicate his wishes verbally any longer.
"Oswald now writes everything he wants so that I won't use the excuse that I have forgotten about anything he has told me or I promised to do for him"
5. He attends Christ Ambassador's School
The nine-year-old genius is a student at the Christ Ambassador's School and is currently in primary four
Meanwhile, Prof Opoku Agyemang said she is thrilled by Oswald's intelligence and promised to get him the latest iPad Pro.
She also promised to show up at Oswald's School very soon.
"Oswald is such a fascinating & intelligent boy. I am absolutely thrilled by his story. I am immediately sending him the latest iPad Pro fully loaded with educational content just as he wishes. Do have a memorable our day my gem. Will pay you & your classmates a visit soon," she wrote.
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Source: Yen Ghana