Nicholas Buamah: 10-year-old Ghanaian Author Donates Wheelchair to P6 Pupil who Crawls 4 Hours to School

Nicholas Buamah: 10-year-old Ghanaian Author Donates Wheelchair to P6 Pupil who Crawls 4 Hours to School

  • A brilliant 10-year-old Ghanaian author, Nicholas Buamah, has donated a wheelchair to 13-year-old Samuel Boayitey
  • Samuel is a physically challenged chap in the Ashanti Region who used to crawl 4 hours to school on a daily basis
  • Despite his many difficulties, Samuel was still part of the top 4 excellent students in his primary 6 class

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Nicholas Buamah, a young and brilliant Ghanaian author has donated a wheelchair to aid the movement of a disabled boy in the Ashanti Region who used to crawl four hours to school every day.

As YEN.com.gh earlier reported, the 13-year-old boy named Samuel Boayitey, because of his condition, was disowned by his parents which led to a total divorce between them and abandonment by both families.

Despite his many challenges, the brilliant boy is reported to always be among the top four students in his class and has no intention of quitting his schooling.

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Photos of Nicholas Buamah and Samuel Boayitey
Photos of Nicholas Buamah and Samuel Boayitey Photo credit: nicholasbuamah/Instagram
Source: Instagram

In photos sighted by YEN.com.gh, Nicholas Buamah, the benevolent youngster who hails from Ghana became a force to reckon with in the literary space in the United States of America

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In an interview that was conducted on Nicholas by Steve Harvey, when the boy was only eight years old, it emerged that he was already a bestselling author on Amazon.

Nicholas won the accolade with his book titled, 'Kayla & Kyle The Walking Dictionaries: Election Day' which was also accepted into the library of congress in the U.S.

US-based Ghanaian lawyer donates to his former school

In another heartwarming story, Obed Effah, Esq, a Ghanaian lawyer who is currently based in the United States, has built an amazing fully-equipped ICT center for his junior high school.

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The school, which is located at Breman-Brakwa in the Asikuma Odoben Brakwa District, Central Region now has 21 brand new computers in a lab that can seat 40 students at a time.

In addition to the space the computers are in, the facility also has two small offices to be used as office and storage areas.

The kindhearted lawyer tells YEN.com.gh the Breman-Brakwa Islamic School will maintain the facility but will give access to other schools in town to access it for their ICT practicals.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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