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Hon Sam George Supports Ghanaian Photographer Who Raised Over $1M In 4 Days To Build West Africa’s Premier Learning Center For Photography

Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram, Sam George has donated two acres of land to Ghanaian UK-based photographer, Paul Ninson to build a Premier Learning Center for Photography.

Paul Ninso is a photographer and a filmmaker born in Kumasi, Ghana but currently in New York. He has a degree from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Industrial Art.

He started his photography career four years ago as a medium of expression and to solve problems.

Paul wants to build @dikancenter, a premier photography learning center in West Africa .

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His life took a swift turn after his story was featured on “Humans Of Newyork“, one of the worlds biggest photography blogs is now on his way to making his dream reality.

A fund account opened for him for people to support this vision has received over $1m dollars in less than a week from all over the world .

Paul’s major concern was land to make this dream come true, a prime location for that matter but that wouldn’t be a problem anymore since the member of parliament for Ningo-Prampram constituency, Hon @samgeorgegh is donating 2 acres of land to support the project.

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Once this iconic center is established, it will become a premiere center for photography learning in the whole of West Africa.

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