Man Builds African Map-Shaped Shelf that Accommodates Many Books, Wows People With His Creativity

Man Builds African Map-Shaped Shelf that Accommodates Many Books, Wows People With His Creativity

- Africans have been proving to the world that there are many creative people in every nook and cranny of the continent

- Ntate Andries Mooka is obviously one of them and he is promoting Africa with his shelf which he built in form of the continent's map

- A picture of the African map-shaped shelf was recently shared on social media and it wowed users of the online community

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A man identified as Ntate Andries Mooka has wowed people on social media after building a shelf in form of an African map.

Ntate's masterpiece was shared on Twitter by @SmartAtuadi with a simple caption:

"African map-shaped shelf built by Ntate Andries Mooka, the Founder of Mooka Carpentry."
Man builds African map-shaped shelf that accommodates many books; wows people with his creativity
The Africa map-shaped shelf was built by Ntate Andries Mooka. Photo credit: @SmartAtuadi
Source: Twitter

The African map-shaped shelf had lots of books stuffed in it as it adorned the wall.

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Africans have been displaying their creativity and this is just one of the ways they are showing the world that the continent is home to a lot of talents.

Social media users didn't hesitate to take to the comment section of the post to drop positive reactions on it.

Tweep with the handle @Mpho247 simply wrote:

"Beautiful."

@Mayoradebowale commented:

"Beautiful."

Tweep with the handle @ab_blossom also dropped a positive comment for the masterpiece. She simply wrote:

"Beautiful."

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Meanwhile, a Nigerian visual artist identified on Twitter as @IjeomaOgood wowed people with her beautiful artwork which she shared on her social media platform.

She posted an adorable photo of herself alongside the masterpiece and quoted the words of her friend.

@IjeomaOgood said these were the words of her friend when she saw the painting:

"Did you name her? She deserves to travel. Be seen, to tell her stories for centuries to come. Give her a mark, inscribe a description. She will gain the fame of the like of Van Gogh's Starry Night. From pain comes this beauty. Set her free."

Source: Legit

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