Thirsa Quist, 14, Films, Edits & Manages YouTube Channel by Herself

Thirsa Quist, 14, Films, Edits & Manages YouTube Channel by Herself

- 14-year-old Thirsa Quist, a beautiful young Ghanaian girl in JHS 2 manages a YouTube channel all by herself which includes filming & editing videos

- The young and hardworking lifestyle YouTuber makes videos around topics like fashion, travel, Christianity, love, inspirational messages and more

- By the time of this report, the channel had more than 630 subscribers with nearly 30 videos

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Thirsa Quist, a beautiful Ghanaian girl who is in her sophomore year in junior high school is one of the youngest people in the world who manages a YouTube channel all by herself.

Information obtained directly by Briefly.co.za from Thirsa indicates that she actually shoots the videos, edits them and then goes ahead to manage the channel.

By the time of this report, the 14-year-old's channel had over 630 subscribers with nearly 30 videos in total.

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In the about section of the channel named Thirsa Quist, the young lady explained her mission for the channel in the words:

"I love making videos and soo I started a YouTube channel. Honestly... Ow and I'm also a Christian and I'm very proud. New videos every week."

See one of the videos titled 20 Things 2020 Taught Me below:

Generally, the young and hardworking lifestyle YouTuber makes videos around topics like fashion, travel, Christianity, love, inspirational messages and more.

Below is another video of Thirsa trying a famous TikTok dance:

According to Thirsa, filming, editing and managing her channel takes several hours but she is able to combine it all with her schoolwork.

Thirsa Quist: 14-year-old JHS 2 girl shoots, edits video & manages YouTube channel all by herself
Thirsa Quist: 14-year-old JHS 2 girl shoots, edits video & manages YouTube channel all by herself Credit: Instagram: _.fafaaaaaaaa
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In another interesting report by Briefly.co.za, Angelina Akua Nana Oduro, the girl who is seen in the famous Akwaaba photo that symbolizes Ghana's hospitality both home and abroad has revealed she received no recognition for her picture.

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In an interview with TV3 Ghana sighted by Briefly.co.za, Angelina Akua Nana Oduro indicated that her wish is to meet the president and the minister of tourism at least.

"It is my face that is out there but I have never received any recognition for it," she explained.

The popular Ghanaian former model is arguably the country's all-time most popular model by virtue of how widespread her iconic photo has been used and continues to feature on most platforms.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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