- A Ghanaian pupil, Prince Kwodwo Antwi of the Abeka 3 Basic School in Accra, has been given a full scholarship by Ashesi University
- The 12-year-old boy gained traction after a video of him building a wooden toy car from scratch emerged on social media
- Antwi was captured on camera by Asiedua, who shared the video on her Twitter page
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A talented Ghanaian pupil, Prince Kwodwo Antwi of the Abeka 3 Basic School in Accra, has been given a full scholarship by Ashesi University.
The pre-teenager first gained traction after a video showing him cutting and fitting together separate wooden parts to build a toy car emerged on social media.
Antwi, aged 12, was captured on camera by Asiedua, who later shared it on her Twitter page, which raked in thousands of views.
In a post updating her followers, Asiedua shared that Antwi has been given a full scholarship by Ashesi University to be trained in certain modules with Asustem Robotics, a STEM educator in Ghana.
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''Y’all [you all] @Ashesi reached out to help after seeing this tweet! Prince has been given a full scholarship to be trained in certain modules with Asustem Robotics, a STEM educator in Ghana. He’ll be monitored by staff at Ashesi University and my team @FTFGhana. My heart is so full,'' she said.
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Meanwhile, Ibrahim Sumaila has risen from humble beginnings to become the founder of Ibrahim Spider, building bikes that run on oil mix with gasoline.
His small venture aims to solve a social problem for persons living with physical disabilities.
As a child, Sumaila had always wanted to be part of the people providing solutions in Ghana's automobile industry.
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Also, Derrick Yiiyi Annoh, a Ghanaian entrepreneur and business owner, is the brain behind the popular snack brand, Sparkxx Foods & Beverages, a company that produces flavoured packaged chips.
Annoh's quest to leave a legacy and memorial in the sands of time stoked his passion to start his business from his mother's kitchen with a team of trusted friends.
Though he had mouthwatering offers after graduating with a degree in Psychology from the University of Ghana, he turned down the offers to start small in 2017, he said. And gradually made his way up to success.