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Found : Meet ‘JAKE’ The Cute Kid Behind The Viral Social Media Photo

Photo credit: Carlos Cortes /Solomon Adufah

With this picture having garnered million of impressions on social media with every post having a funny caption, finally the kid has been found. A notable picture portraying a chubby African kid in a classroom with a thoughtful look all over, hysterically composing on a piece of paper is as of now among one of Africa if not the world’s most celebrated and generally shared images at this moment.

Photo credit: Carlos Cortes /Solomon Adufah
Photo credit: Carlos Cortes /Solomon Adufah

The photo of the pudgy looking kid, has “offered life” to numerous online networking users and the picture keeps on setting tongues swaying on the Internet. The photo has been altered and generally shared on different web-based social networking stages.

The picture of the 4 year-old kid, named Jake Amo who is imagined charmed in his written work was shared by Ghanaian craftsman, Solomon Adufah. Jake is from the town of Asempanaye, Koforidua, in Ghana and the photo was taken via Carlos Cortes, a honor winning picture taker.


Adufah shared the photo on Instagram in January as a major aspect of the craftsman’s ‘country arrangement’s the place he goes to different groups in Ghana, and other African nations to help underprivileged kids in neighborhood groups, giving them assets and instructing imaginative studies workshops.

Photo credit: Carlos Cortes /Solomon Adufah
Photo credit: Carlos Cortes /Solomon Adufah

The notable picture was taken in August 2015 amid Adufah’s visit to his nation of origin Ghana and the craftsman educated and coached imaginative studies and workmanship at Jake’s school in Asempanaye. The 27 year-old craftsman is right now seeking after expressive arts at the University of Illinois, Chicago, in America. The picture taker was joined by his companion and chief Cortes, who reported Adufah’s work with the kids.

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