- A 16-year-old Ghanaian young man named Frederick Abila who reportedly lives in Dansoman has developed an amazing e-commerce shop
- The shop is free for all business owners and has absolutely no ads on it, as according to Frederick, he built the site to help society
- Frederick is also a young author who has published three books so far
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Frederick Abila, a 16-year-old Ghanaian, created Daily Gh Buzz, a fully customized e-commerce store which allows other vendors to sell their items for free to generate income.
Information obtained by Briefly.co.za confirms that the website has several payment options including mobile money, which is used mostly in Ghana for online transactions.
Abila, the 16-year-old ambitious young man is not putting any ads on the site, because according to him, he undertook this project solely to help society and promote businesses.
Frederick Abila is also one of the young authors in Ghana who has published three titles including Hocus Pocus: Power of One, You Are Worth It, The Fairies: Spell Of Greatness.
Perhaps, the most exciting bit of the story is that Frederick reportedly built the entire online shop with its numerous functionalities on his phone.
A quick glance through the site shows that many items are already enlisted on the well-built online shop with some heavy discounts.
In other Briefly.co.za news, a beautiful young woman called Sisipho Nofemele recently made herself and thousands of South Africans proud after she obtained her private pilot's licence from the Border Aviation Club & Flight School.
The school took to their official Facebook page to congratulate the black queen on her stellar achievement, also taking the time to wish her many hours of happy hours. Read their Facebook post below.
"Congratulations Sisipho Nofemele on obtaining your private pilot's license last Thursday in ZS-EGX! Lots of hard work and determination has finally paid off for you! Wishing you many safe and enjoyable hours in the air," they wrote.
Facebook users who were left simply inspired by the highly motivational post took to the comment section of the post to share well-wishes with Sisipho. They also reacted to the post over 1 000 times.
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