- A talented young Nigerian man, Kyrian Arinze, has said he spent 10 days creating a paper portrait of Akon
- The Anambra-born man who has churned out many pieces disclosed it was not easy when he started as he once used more than a month to make the same
- Many people praised his amazing show of talent as some wondered how he was able to pull off the work
A young Nigerian man from Anambra state, Kyrian Arinze, is doing what some people in his profession may find very difficult to do.
Before his artwork gained massive popularity on social media, the young man dazzled many with his pieces during his National Youth Service Corps year in Aba, Abia state.
It was not easy when I started
On Thursday, June 3, an artwork he made from newspapers went viral on Facebook. He transformed the old papers into a beautiful portrait of American Singer Akon.
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Speaking to Briefly News, Arinze revealed that he spent a week and some days creating the piece. He added that when he started, he could spend one month to make such.
On some of his challenges, the man who self-taught himself the art said he sometimes makes mistakes with colour combination.
See a Facebook post on him below:
Briefly News compiled some of the reactions to his artwork below:
Chukwuebuka Dominic said:
"Great job, keep it up brother."
Okoye Offonagoro Maryann Ebere said:
"This is Akon, nice job."
Celestine Okoye said:
"Just love this. Just prepare yourself for an award very soon."
Amara Ezeh Udechukwu said:
"May God bless the work of your hand dear."
More inspirational things taking place on social media
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that many celebrated a kind lady who built her mom a simple house. Kenyans have heaped praise on a kind woman who built her mother a simple house.
Sharon Beverly said she fulfilled a promise she made to her mother of building her a house and though it was simple, she was still proud of the results.
Taking to Facebook, the young lady disclosed she had spent around R17 500 on constructing the house and she was hoping that she could plaster it soon. Beverly also said she would build her mother a permanent home when she was financially able to do so.
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