- A nine-year-old boy from Western Region called Desmond Amonoo has constructed an exact version of the Axim Stadium
- In an interview, Desmond explained that he used plywood, local paint, raffia palm, super glue & the original plan from the contractors
- This exciting model by Desmond Amonoo is finished although the real stadium is actually yet to be completed
Desmond Amonoo, a nine-year-old boy who comes from the Western Region of Ghana, has constructed an exact replica of the new stadium at Axim.
In an interview with 3news sighted by Legit.ng on the official Instagram page of factsandtruths_official, the young boy walked viewers through the entire process he underwent to come out with the exciting finish.
According to Desmond, he started by getting plywood and making his father get him raffia palm, after which he proceeded to draw a shape of the stadium.
Watch the video below:
The raffia palm was then used to design the staircase of the stadium before his father got him super glue which he then used to join the various parts together.
Also, Desmond used the original plan from the contractors to help his work.
To give the stadium its colourful aesthetic look, the nine-year-old boy used yellow and green paints to provide the various shades needed.
This exciting model by Desmond Amonoo is finished although the real stadium is actually yet to be completed.
In other news, an 15-year-old Nigerian boy identified as Chinemeogo Asogwa showed his creativity when he constructed a prototype of St Theresa Cathedral, Nsukka, Enugu state.
Chinemeogo, who constructed the prototype with scraps, has shown that age is not an impediment to what people can achieve.
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