26-Year-Old Visually Impaired Man Makes Furniture out of Thread

26-Year-Old Visually Impaired Man Makes Furniture out of Thread

- An amazing 26-year-old man named Abdul Aziz is able to create amazing designs of beds, chairs & tables despite being visually impaired

- A video of Abdul from Bawku making one of the breathtaking designs was shared by Saddick Adams on social media

- Anyone who wishes to support him to increase his production is encouraged to do so via 0244404243

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Abdul Aziz, a 26-year-old visually-impaired man at Bawku in the Upper East Region of Ghana is fast going viral on social media after some of his works were shared online.

In a post sighted by Briefly.co.za on the Twitter handle of the famous Saddick Adams, it was indicated that the gentleman is able to weave threads into beautiful designs.

Aziz makes camp beds, centre table and poolside beds despite his situation, as an amazing video of him working was also shared.

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Watch the video below:

According to Abdul Aziz who was able to acquire his National Vocational Training Institute (NVTI) Certificate, he is currently able to make two beds a week.

He, however, mentioned that he can increase the production to at least 20 beds a week if he opens a shop and currently needs some financial assistance to be able to do that.

Anyone with the heart and capacity to offer any form of aid to the 26-year-old talented creative is entreated to do so via 0244404243 with the account name, Zenabu Salifu.

Meet 26-year-old visually impaired Ghanaian who creates beds, chairs & more out of thread
Meet 26-year-old visually impaired Ghanaian who creates beds, chairs & more out of thread Photo credit: @saddickadams
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In another equally interesting report, a gentleman identified as @NobleQuansah on Twitter has narrated how he was able to get his cousin into the university simply because of Free SHS policy by President Nana Akufo-Addo.

In the post sighted by Briefly.co.za on his personal handle, Quansah explained that since he was not required to pay any fees for his cousin, he was able to save up the money to sponsor her tertiary education.

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According to Quansah, the young lady who graduated from senior high school in 2020 has now become a fresher in the University of Cape Coast (UCC).

In other news, Somizi has never shied away from lending his large platform to promote and advertise smaller brands and he recently found a reason to do it once more.

The media personality was given a gift by a young artist and was so impressed by her talent that he immediately shared her work with his followers.

Somgaga posted footage to his social media of the artwork and the artist and asked questions about where the woman learned her craft and how long she'd been doing it.

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Source: Briefly News

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