- Ebenezer Novi is a blind pianist and old student of the Akropong School for the Blind
- Despite being blind, the 29-year-old talent is thriving in his chosen field and also transferring his skills to other young people
- Ebenezer has returned to the school where he studied to help out in the best way he can
While it may appear that visually-impaired musicians are somewhat challenged from realising their full creative potential and limited from exploiting other aspects of their lives, Ebenezer Novi challenges these perceptions.
Born blind, 29-year-old Ebenezer, a former student at the Akropong School for the Blind, has gone back to his former school not as a student but as a pianist.
He revealed that the choirmaster trained him and so he went back to help.
At 18, Novi started learning how to play the piano and over the years he has perfected the skill.
Although he is not the first blind musician, he is one of the few to support himself for 10 years.
However, his remarkable strides have not been without challenges. Ebenezer admitted he’s had to deal with some setbacks.
He revealed that because of his inability to see, he makes little mistakes here and there.
At this point in his thriving career, Ebenezer needs all the support he can get from the public to help him impact society.
He is pleading for support from individuals to help him establish a recording studio since he is also practising sound engineering and singing.
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