- Joseph Korley Tetteh, currently the CEO of Seek Ye Bikes was unable to further his education when he finished JHS but he is now a self-taught creator
- He has developed wooden bicycles and cars that are ideal for tourist sites, music videos and more
- Joseph literally begs for support to be able to mass-produce his prototypes and serve the growing market
A talented young man named Joseph Korley Tetteh could not further his education after junior high school but has come up with some groundbreaking inventions.
In an interview conducted with Joseph by SV TV Africa, it came out that he has successfully created bicycles and paddle cars out of wood.
According to Joseph, his dream is to become one of the major manufacturers of bicycles in Ghana and to establish a market that would supply the wooden cars to tourist sites around the country and world.
Watch the full interview below:
Describing how it all started, the self-taught inventor mentioned that he made his first wooden bicycle far back in 2007 but abandoned the project due to a lack of financial support.
He went back to being a draftsman creating building plans, which had been his means of livelihood since he could not further his education.
Currently, Joseph Korley Tetteh the CEO of Seek Ye Bikes is literally begging for financial support to be able to do mass production of his inventions and expand the market.
Meanwhile, a student from the University of Cape Coast who returned to school recently has been seen in a video that is fast going viral cooking for his girlfriend.
In the footage obtained by Briefly.co.za from the Instagram handle of celebritiesbuzzgh, the gentleman was preparing the beloved Ghanaian dish called kokonte.
It was clear that his girlfriend did not know how to make the meal herself, for which reason she was heard screaming behind the camera, "aww...I'm recording so I can learn it".
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