- A Ghanaian teenager has built a three-dimensional (3D) model of Shalom Angels Montessori School in Accra
- Shadrack Ntiamoah used cardboard, paper, and glue to design the colourful 3D version of the school
- Impressive photos of his work have hit the internet, gathering reactions and comments from social media users
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A talented young man, Shadrack Ntiamoah, has built a three-dimensional (3D) model of Shalom Angels Montessori School in Accra with cardboard, paper, and glue.
Ntiamoah was 16-years-old while in form three in junior high school when he displayed his genius by building a 3D version of his school's building.
In photos posted by Shalom Angels Montessori School, seen by YEN.com.gh, Ntiamoah proudly posed with his work as he smiled for the shots.
''16-year-old Ghanaian junior high school (JHS) form three student, Shadrack Ntiamoah, builds a three dimensional (3D) model of his school, Shalom Angels Montessori School, using cardboard, paper, and glue.
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''Let’s support this young architect with a retweet,'' the school shared along with his photos.
The impressive 3D building has excited several people, gaining tons of reactions on social media.
Read some of the compliments urging support for the teenager.
''He needs support. Wow, impressive.''
''This is amazing .''
''Great talent. Impressive. Focus and do more.''
''Wow, so cute. Love this. You're good.''
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