- Gilbert Atandoh is a Ghanaian creative known for drawing famous personalities
- The student of Mankessim MA. ''A'' School has showcased his recent works of Shatta Wale, Sarkodie, and Fameye in a recent interview
- Atandoh also displayed drawings of the legendary Bob Marley and Cristiano Ronaldo
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Gilbert Atandoh, a student at Mankessim MA. ''A'' School in the Central Region, has showcased his stunning drawings of famous Ghanaian personalities.
The talented student displayed works of acclaimed Ghanaian musicians such as Shatta Wale, Sarkodie, KiDi, Famaye, Kwesi Arthur, Akwaboah Jnr, as well as drawings of the legendary Bob Marley and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Speaking in an interview on Range Media, Gilbert Atandoh proudly displayed his works, as he indicated that he can draw anybody once the person takes a seat for him.
He disclosed that the highest he has charged from a client is GHc100.
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Emerging into the limelight
Gilbert Atandoh emerged into the limelight following his adorable artworks of the late Ebony Reigns and later followed with another mind-blowing drawing of Ghanaian highlife musician, KiDi.
The exceptionally creative teen’s drawing made national waves, gaining support from the Member of Parliament for Mfantseman Constituency, Ekow Hayford, who was murdered on October 9, 2020.
Atandoh's number one fan, Fredrick Mensah, a teacher at Mankessim M/A "A" School, has been exhibiting every single drawing of his pupil on social media, as part of efforts to showcase him as a creative genius.
Watch his video below:
Ghanaian Teacher Provides Free School Uniforms for Pupils
Meanwhile, Fredrick Mensah, a class one teacher at Mankessim M/A "A" School in the Central Region, has provided six of his pupils with free school uniforms on behalf of a donor.
Fredrick Mensah, a twin and comic actor, also manages the Facebook and YouTube Channel of Twins Diaries, a platform they created to share videos of their skits and initiatives.
In a recent Facebook post, Fredrick Mensah disclosed that a Good Samaritan named Tenisha Rosand reached out to him after posting about his love for his work as a teacher.
US-born Ghanaian Nominated as Judge of Central District Court of California
In a separate story, US-born Ghanaian judge, Maame Ewusi-Mensah Frimpong, has been nominated to serve as a judge on the US District Court for the Central District of California, Asaase Radio reports.
Judge Frimpong was nominated by US President Joe Biden and will hold a seat on the District Court for the Central District of California if confirmed.
She will make history as the only Black woman serving in any of California’s four Federal District Courts and one of only eight across the entire United States.