- Dancehall musician, Samini, disclosed that his daughter, Yelisung, has started studying at the Frances Bardsley Academy for Girls (FBA)
- The father of three girls took pride in his daughter's new chapter in a post on Instagram
- Samini shared a heartwarming message with photos of Yelisung in her uniform, as she stood at the entrance of the school
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Ghanaian dancehall musician, Emmanuel Andrews Sammini, known professionally as Samini, has taken pride in his daughter's growth as she clocks another milestone.
The father of three lovely girls indicated that he wanted to share in his 11-year-old daughter's achievement, as she begins ''a new chapter'' in her life.
Celebrating daughter's new chapter
The Linda hitmaker writes;
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''A new chapter for my Lill princess #Yelisung. Let’s give thanks for the gift of children and let’s make sure we are part of their memories with the slightest opportunity, go, baby, see daddy right behind you ❤️❤️ She grew tall ikr. Hey it runs through the blood,'' he said.
Samini's post has amassed over 10, 000 reactions and comments as of the time of this publication.
Social media comments
''Congratulations baby girl.''
''Wow, she resembles Mary ur kid sister.''
''Aww so cute.''
Ghanaian Innovator on a Mission to Build Spot Robots
In a previous post, YEN.com.gh reported that, a 16-year-old student from Kumasi in Ghana, Philimon Afriyie, is on a mission to build spot robots similar to Boston Dynamic robots to help persons living with disabilities.
However, with limited resources due to extreme financial constraints, the teenager's dream hangs in the balance, but his knack to succeed is his source of motivation.
Philimon Afriyie, a student at the St. Louis Demonstration Junior High School at Mbrom in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region, needs funds to purchase a 3D printer to complete the project and accomplish his dream of helping people living with disabilities.