Boy Who Walks To School Daily Builds Fine Model-Cardboard House, Video Sparks Reactions

Boy Who Walks To School Daily Builds Fine Model-Cardboard House, Video Sparks Reactions

  • A creative primary six pupil has overcome challenges to exhibit his talent by building a model-cardboard house
  • Per reports, the determined pupil walks to school daily from Lackside to Adenta in Accra
  • His video, which was posted by blogger @SIKAOFFICIAL1 to Twitter, raked in views and tons of reactions

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A talented primary six student, identified only as Jerry at an unnamed government school in Adenta in Ghana's Greater Accra Region, has built a house with cardboard.

The young learner, who was filmed in his uniform, showed off his creative piece in a video that surfaced online.

Jerry walks to school

According to the Twitter account @SIKAOFFICIAL1, Jerry treks to school daily from Lakeside to Adenta.

Photo of Jerry and his cardboard-made house.
Boy who walks daily to school from Lakeside to Adenta builds a house with cardboard. Photo credit: @SIKAOFFICIAL1.
Source: Twitter

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''Despite his long daily trek from Lakeside to Adenta, Jerry's dedication to his education and his aspirations to become an architect shine through,'' the blogger posted with a video.

Following the post, thousands of people have seen the footage, which raked in many reactions and one comment.

According to the commenter, the government should invest in more kids with potential like Jerry.

Watch the video below:

How one netizen reacted to the video of Jerry

@nii_kela commented:

The government should invest more in kids with a potential of this kind and others, ebi them go make the country proud one day.

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