- An 11-year-old Ghanaian girl, Franklin, has been able to produce a beautiful toy house with three cars out of paper
- She attends Kwaku Panfo M.A Basic School which is located in the Ga South Municipal Assembly and she is in primary 6
- Since her works were shared on social media, the girl has been receiving great admiration
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A talented Ghanaian girl by the name Franklina has amassed a lot of admiration on social media after her brilliant works were shared online.
The post was originally shared on the official Twitter handle of iGRED which works on SDGs’ aligned initiatives to promote GenderEquality, Education, Development & Safety of women & girls.
In pictures that were made public, the 11-year-old primary six student designed a beautiful house with three cars, all of which were made of just paper.
See the post with pictures below:
It is reported that the talented young girl attends Kwaku Panfo M.A Basic School which is located in the Ga South Municipal Assembly of the Greater Accra Region.
Social media reactions
Below were some heartwarming comments regarding Franklina's stunning creations.
Hmm..I used to do these kind stuff when I was in basic school..Chaley nobody go trend u oo..The teachers will just applaud you and that will be all..U send it back home..
Congratulations to her, I started like this but its a whole different beautiful story today. Check out @streetsofgoldcrafts on IG. FF back so we can DM on how I could support her OK. Thank you.
What a talented young student. Her creation looks beautiful. Not only do I like the house she made out of cardboard, but also the vehicles. She definitely put a lot of hard work into this creation. Excellent job!
In an equally powerful story, Augustine Owusu Mensah, a young Ghanaian gentleman who teaches in the Western Region of Ghana, is becoming famous for his profound talent in drawing.
The talented teacher who is currently stationed at the St. Matthias R/C Junior High School in New Takoradi is able to produce complex but beautiful drawings.
Some of the artworks that were shared exclusively with YEN.com.gh by the artist via his email (firstname.lastname@example.org) portrayed different parts of complex cities.
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