Bukom Banku's Son: Tilapia Says He Studied Building & Construction In School But He's Bad At It

Bukom Banku's Son: Tilapia Says He Studied Building & Construction In School But He's Bad At It

  • Abubakar Kamako shared insight into his educational background and his preference for boxing over what he studied in school
  • The young man, who is an Afadjato Senior High Technical School alumnus, stated that he studied Building and Construction in school, but he is bad in the field
  • The son of revered Ghanaian boxer Bukom Banku won silver at the recent 13th African Games held in Ghana and wants to be a world champion

Abubakar Kamako, also known as Ambitious Tilapia, opened up about his educational background and his passion for boxing in an interview on Adom TV.

Bukom Banku's son
Bukom Banku's son Tilapia Photo Source: GH Hyper
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Despite being an alumnus of Afadjato Senior High Technical School, where he studied Building and Construction, Kamako confessed that his skills in the field are lacking.

“Right now, if I build a house for you, it will collapse,” he humorously admitted.

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Born into a family with a rich boxing legacy, Tilapia is the son of the revered Ghanaian boxer Bukom Banku. It seems the apple does not fall far from the tree, as Tilapia says he prefers boxing over formal education.

Tilapia's dedication and hard work have already started paying off. He recently won a silver medal at the 13th African Games held in Ghana.

However, Tilapia says he is not done yet. He stated that he has set his sights on becoming a world champion in the future.

Ambitious Tilapia gets many laughing

YEN.com.gh gathered some reactions from social media users.

Citizen Elorm said:

Atleast he's said the truth not that useless Bawumia who has deceived all of us of his nonexistent economic prowess

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Mohammed Buhari Yussif Tanko commented:

A crab doesn't father a bird ️ ampa Best wishes in ur new career champion

Philip B. Ntabbu reacted:

I understand him because in Ghana we love theory than practicals...

Black Sherif on his favourite subject in school

In another story, Black Sherif, in a conversation with Stephalways on her podcast, was asked what his favourite subject was back in school, and he revealed it was RME.

The musician said he used to ace the subject back in the day, adding that being a regular at Makaranta as a devout Muslim made the subject easy for him.

Many Ghanaians in the comment section of the video also shared their love for RME, mentioning that it was easy to grasp and pass.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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