- An unnamed middle-aged man put his hands to great use by creating hand-made electric heaters
- The news has been greatly admired by many as most people in the gentleman's shoes usually beg for alms on the street
- The amazing story was made public by popular Ghanaian automobile company Kantanka Vehicles on Facebook
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A middle-aged gentleman who is disabled went viral on social media as he chose to put his hands to use by making electric heaters instead of begging on the streets like many in his shoes do.
The story was originally made public on the official Facebook page of popular Ghanaian company Kantanka Vehicles where it was indicated that the bucket heaters were actually hand-made.
The post read: He could have been on the street begging but he decided to use his hands to make water heater (heater bucket as he calls it) at affordable prices. Feel free to Share this till it gets to his customers.
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Pictures of the man's amazing exploits that were shared portrayed the man's talent, dexterity, hard work and innovation all at the same time.
He was spotted in his wheelchair as he fixed the bucket heaters manually whilst another picture shows the finished products stacked on one another.
It has not been disclosed how effective, safe and efficient the bucket heaters are, considering that they are electric gadgets, but the gentleman's story is nothing short of inspirational.
In other news about the amazing exploits of less privileged Ghanaians, Briefly.co.za reported earlier that an extraordinary talent in goalkeeping by name Arhin Aboagye has been discovered behind bars at Nsawam Prison in a rather chilling video report gathered by TV3 Ghana.
Tagged a 'hero behind bars', Arhin was captured in the video sighted by Briefly.co.za as he made mind-blowing saves in a special series on football and reformation that was organized for inmates.
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