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Meet the professional painter who is taking interior designing to a whole new level

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The normal Ghanaian school leaver has the mindset of sitting tight for employments from the administration or the private area.

Truth be told many, of them long for the employments in workplaces which are non-existent, to understate the obvious.

It is along these lines continually invigorating to locate a youngster attempting to support themselves even under exceptionally troublesome conditions.
NAIJweb.com made up for lost time with one such individual who isn’t sitting tight for an ‘official’ occupation to put his body and soul together.

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He is Isaac Aboagye, a self-trained in vogue painter who is taking inside planning to an unheard of level.

Gattuso, as he is broadly known in his Lapaz-Alhaji, is a 25-year-old Senior High School (SHS) graduate.

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In the wake of moving on from Akwamuman in 2013, he had needed to seek after advanced education yet needed to withdraw due to absence of assets.

To make influence his fantasy to work out as expected, Gattuso chose to make his own particular opportuities and he settled on painting.

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Having considered General Arts, it is anything but difficult to reason that that he would think that its simple with his new profession.

In any case, the Akwamuman old kid says it was not that straightforward for him, as he had chosen to center around inside planning

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As per him, with the advanced patterns of painting, he needed to depend on YouTube recordings to take in his art.

“Indeed, I offered General Art in school however what I’m doing now is a greater amount of my aptitudes and a few rules from YouTube,” he told NAIJweb.com



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