Meet visually-impaired single father of 3 who is a talented vulcaniser

Meet visually-impaired single father of 3 who is a talented vulcaniser

- Kow Yamoah, also known as John Menyi, was abandoned by his wife with 3 children for being blind but refused to give up

- Kow Vulcaniser, as he is popularly called, is totally blind but is known as the 'last-stop' for vulcanizing jobs because of his wealth of experience

- The talented father demonstrated some of his skills in a video sighted by Legit.ng

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Kow Yamoah, also known as John Menyi or Kow Vulcaniser, is a hardworking Ghanaian vulcaniser with great experience and talent despite being visually impaired.

According to a video report sighted by Legit.ng on the YouTube channel of KNM TV, the father of three beautiful daughters mentioned that he is able to take care of all his children with returns he makes from his job.

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He indicated that his wife abandoned him with the children when he went totally blind but that did not stop him from fending for his family.

Watch his full interview below:

Kow Vulcaniser has become the toast of the town folks and the 'last stop' for customers because of the passion with which he works and the kind of service he renders.

He recounted an incident which happened around 1:00 am one dawn when he was called upon to fix the flat tire on a car that was carrying a sick person to the hospital.

Interestingly, the visually impaired vulcaniser has been able to employ another disabled person who sweeps his workshop for him.

Meet the experienced & talented Ghanaian vulcanizer who is visually impaired
Meet the experienced & talented Ghanaian vulcaniser who is visually impaired Source: Youtube/KNM TV
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In other news, a physically-challenged person, Geoffrey Asadu, has re-established the fact that there is ability in disability by becoming a lawyer with a clean record of not losing any case despite practising for over two decades.

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The 58-year-old lawyer said he was six when he suddenly went blind.

Asadu said he had a headache that lasted for about three days before he was rushed to the hospital.

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