- A generous young man identified as Ekow Simpson has reportedly built a new library for a rural community in Ghana
- Ghanaian YouTuber Wode Maya disclosed via Twitter that Simpson built the structure with earnings from his (Simpson's) YouTube channel
- He uploaded impressive images of the new library on social media, generating reactions from the internet
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A kind-hearted Ghanaian man identified as Ekow Simpson has reportedly built a new library for a rural community in Ghana with his own resources.
Trailblazing Ghanaian YouTuber Berthold Kobby Winkler Ackon, popularly known as Wode Maya, shared images of the new structure on social media.
Wode Maya disclosed that Ekow Simpson used earnings from his (Simpson's) YouTube channel to build the library, adding that he's so proud of him.
Sharing the proud moment
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''My guy, @EkowESimpson used his YouTube channel to build a library for a rural community in Ghana. I’m so proud of you bro,'' he wrote on Twitter.
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At the time of writing this report, Wode Maya's post had gathered fewer reactions with no comments relating to the post.
This story will be updated with comments later.
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Artist Buys 6 Aircrafts
In an equally inspiring story, Ibrahim Mahama, a 34-year-old Ghanaian artist, who lives in Tamale, has narrated how he was able to set up an expensive arts centre in the Northern Region through his art.
Narrating his story in an interview on the YouTube channel, Exposed By Bebs, Ibrahim said he has been able to sell artwork for $ 1,000,000 and others at lower but expensive prices.
Ibrahim who interestingly shares the same name with Former President John Mahama's brother was able to acquire six different aircrafts, ranging between $10,000 to $20,000 each for his art centre.
Source: Briefly News