A 15-year-old boy has recreated for President Mahama’s E-blocks with paper. The boy whose identity is yet to be known is a student in JHS in Maame Krobo in the Afram Plains South District of the Eastern Region of Ghana.
The designed edifice was made from pieces of paper, cardboard, and glue. The exact look-alike miniature E-Blocks cannot be mistaken, even in this piece of art.
The four-storey building also comes with the famous entrance to the schools, which look like the independence arc. The E letter on both sides of the original E-blocks are visible in the artwork green and white pigments which added more aesthetic beauty to the building dominated in the artwork.
One Stephen Kofi Sakpaku @sonnichristus on twitter shared pictures of the artwork. Such students need help to develop their architectural talent from this early stage.
He, Stephen Kofi Sakpaku said “The work of a 15 year old boy in JHS in Maame Krobo Afram Plains South District of the Eastern Region of Ghana. Let’s help unearth talents of young people.”
FULL PICTURES : JHS student recreates Mahama’s E-blocks
The work of a 15 year old boy in JHS in Maame Krobo Afram Plains South District of the Eastern Region of Ghana. Let's help unearth talents of young people. @kokui_selormey @Wiyaala @benkoku @KafuiDey @Nuetey @JDMahama @NAkufoAddo pic.twitter.com/r1ltzGvvkT
— Stephen Kofi Sakpaku (@sonnichristus) September 21, 2020