- The teenager's drawing of rapper Yaw Tog has erupted varied reactions on social media about his artwork
- Gabriel Annor drew the image of the Sore hit musician while in his final year in junior high school
- @tesano commented: ''It’s the shading for me. Nice art, bro. You will sharpen your skill in no time. Keep it up''
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A talented Ghanaian teenager, Gabriel Annor, has sparked a stir with a drawing of young Ghanaian rapper Yaw Tog, real name Thorsten Owusu Gyimah.
The former student of Shalom Angels Montessori School worked on the penciled portrait of the Sore hit singer while in his final year in junior high school at age 14.
In photos shared on social media, Annor was photographed with the drawing of the award-winning rapper.
The photo caught the attention of social media users, generating mixed reactions about his effort to capture the exact image of Yaw Tog.
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The post, which was made last year, has garnered 149 retweets, over 50 quote tweets, and over 1,000 likes as of the time of writing this report.
Read some of the comments below:
''This’s Yaw frog, not yaw Tog.''
''This one dier Yaw 3ka aba fie .''
''He has tried mom.''
''It’s the shading for me. Nice art bro. You'll sharpen your skill in no time. Keep it up.''
''He needs "my first copy drawing book."
Ghanaian Teenager Builds 3D Model of His School; Stunning Photos Emerge
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that 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.
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Fafali recalled encountering depressing challenges in her pursuit for a job, including men asking for sexual favours in exchange for employment.
Despite her relentless efforts, none yielded results. She recalls returning home one day exhausted from another failed job pursuit amid tears.
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