With this picture having garnered million of impressions on social media with every post having a funny caption, finally the kid has been found. A notable picture portraying a chubby African kid in a classroom with a thoughtful look all over, hysterically composing on a piece of paper is as of now among one of Africa if not the world’s most celebrated and generally shared images at this moment.
The photo of the pudgy looking kid, has “offered life” to numerous online networking users and the picture keeps on setting tongues swaying on the Internet. The photo has been altered and generally shared on different web-based social networking stages.
The picture of the 4 year-old kid, named Jake Amo who is imagined charmed in his written work was shared by Ghanaian craftsman, Solomon Adufah. Jake is from the town of Asempanaye, Koforidua, in Ghana and the photo was taken via Carlos Cortes, a honor winning picture taker.
Adufah shared the photo on Instagram in January as a major aspect of the craftsman’s ‘country arrangement’s the place he goes to different groups in Ghana, and other African nations to help underprivileged kids in neighborhood groups, giving them assets and instructing imaginative studies workshops.
The notable picture was taken in August 2015 amid Adufah’s visit to his nation of origin Ghana and the craftsman educated and coached imaginative studies and workmanship at Jake’s school in Asempanaye. The 27 year-old craftsman is right now seeking after expressive arts at the University of Illinois, Chicago, in America. The picture taker was joined by his companion and chief Cortes, who reported Adufah’s work with the kids.
Talented 11 year old Wendy Waeni finally had her dream turn into reality when she met with the president of Rwanda Paul Kagame.
Wendy Waeni was born and raised in Huruma from a humble family background where she tarted doing acrobats a tender age of four, and now it has taken her to places she has never imagined.
She has performed in front of presidents and many prominent dignitaries among them the President of Kenya Honourable Uhuru Kenyatta, Honourable Paul Kagame of Rwanda, Honourable John Mahama of Ghana and the British Prime Minister David Cameron. Above all, she is travelling the globe showcasing this talent
Gospel artiste Bahati Kevin made history in the Kenyan books by unseating the president for about 2 mins. Never has it been seen in Kenya that a performer has actually pulled a sitting president from his seat and sat on it.
Bahati became the 1st artiste in Kenya to pull the president from his seat and sit on it while performing his loved song Mama. The singer stretched his hand out to the president in a way of inviting him to the stage to dance with him but no sooner had the president stood than Bahati sat on his seat and performed the song to the 1st lady Margaret Kenyatta.
After the performance twitter went wild with mixed reactions but on his hand Bahati was excited about it.
“HISTORY WRITTEN✅✔✅ I “BAHATI” become the Shortest Serving President as PRESIDENT UHURU “VACATES” his seat.”
Facebook founder and Billionaire Mark Zuckerberg was today spotted at Mama Oliech’s restaurant in Nairobi’s upper hill area enjoying ugali and fish.
He is in Kenya after a three day visit of Lagos, Nigeria and is expected to meet tech entrepreneurs, developers and stake holders in the ICT industry.
“Just landed in Nairobi! I’m here to meet with entrepreneurs and developers, and to learn about mobile money where Kenya is the world leader,” he said on his Facebook page.
“I had lunch in Nairobi with Joseph Mucheru, the Kenyan Cabinet Secretary of Information and Communications. We talked about internet access and his ambitious plans for connecting everyone in Kenya,” he added