Selasie Sikanku: Visually Impaired Unique FM Journalist Opens Up About How He Met His Wife, Netizens React

Selasie Sikanku: Visually Impaired Unique FM Journalist Opens Up About How He Met His Wife, Netizens React

  • Visually impaired Selasie Sikanku, a Unique FM journalist, has briefly discussed his personal life
  • In an interview, the media personality disclosed that he met his wife of seven years through a mutual friend
  • Netizens reacted to the interview video uploaded on Facebook by media personality Natalia Nana Ama Andoh

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Visually impaired Unique FM journalist, Selasie Sikanku, has briefly opened up about how he met his wife through a mutual friend before exchanging vows with her seven years ago.

The father and husband said they communicated with the help of Assistive Technology.

Sikanku has never seen his wife

In an interview with media personality Natalia Nana Ama Andoh on ShoBiz TV, Sikanku confirmed that he's never seen his wife.

Photo of Selasie Sikanku.
Visually impaired Unique FM journalist opens up about how he met his wife in a video. Photo credit: Natalia Nana Ama Andoh.
Source: UGC

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''I have never seen my wife, but I know what she looks like,'' he told Natalia Nana Ama Andoh.

Sikanku uses Assistive Technology and Seeing AI app

The sight-impaired journalist detailed his regular activities, such as how he distinguishes colours and deals with images.

''Assistive technology has gone far; an app called the Seeing AI. So, when you have the Seeing AI, when someone sends you a picture, you send it to the app, and it describes the image; it gives you a look or whatever you want to see in the picture. Formerly, it wasn't like that, but now things have [improved],'' he said.

The interview of Sikanku, shared on Facebook by Natalia Nana Ama Andoh, received reactions from netizens.

Watch Sikanku's interview below: compiled some of the comments for your perusal.

Ernest Ekow Davies posted:

Selassie, my man.

Dennis Miracles Aboagye said:

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Ma guy … superpower, Selasie Sikanku.

Meet visually impaired Ghanaian female student who makes gari to take care of herself

In another story, published that Jennifer, a visually impaired young lady who appears to be in her early 20s, disclosed she can take care of herself through school by working.

Jennifer was seen preparing gari, also known as cassava flakes, in a video uploaded by Daniel, a guy who stated on Twitter that he is the lady's cousin.

The young lady stated that processing gari requires numerous actions to guarantee it is done perfectly. Despite her disability, she can take care of it.

Meet visually impaired mechanic inspiring and employing the youth

Also, reported that despite his visual impairment, Mohammed Hamdan did not allow the challenge to prevent him from continuing with his craft as a mechanic.

Fourteen years ago, he had a rude awakening when a problem with his retina rendered him blind.

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Nathaniel Crabbe (Human-Interest editor) Nathaniel Crabbe is a journalist and editor with a degree in Journalism from the Ghana Institute of Journalism, where he graduated in 2015. He earned his master's from UPSA in December 2023. Before becoming an editor/writer of political/entertainment and human interest stories at Asaase Radio, Crabbe was a news reporter at TV3 Ghana. With experience spanning over ten years, he now works at as a human interest editor. You can reach him via