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WATCH: Former President JJ Rawlings meets super smart 2-year-old, Jeremiah Addo

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The former president of Ghana, Jerry John Rawlings has met super smart 2-year-old, Jeremiah Addo.

Jeremiah and his team paid a visit to the former president, where he showcased his sharp ability to memorise information like flags of various countries in the world.

 

Although Jeremiah Addo is yet to officially start school, he knows 140 countries and their capitals off the top of his head.

The two-year-old also knows names of presidents across the world as well as other key facts inside general knowledge which ordinarily someone his age should not know.

He became a social media sensation after a video of him mentioning all the books in the Bible, and reciting the verses impeccably.  His father, Richard Kofi Addo, who spoke to Kofi TV disclosed that the kid has never been to school, but is as brilliant as his elder brother.

He is reported as saying that he is currently unemployed and could not afford to pay their school fees, hence he has dedicated his time to teaching them at home.

“It started when he was one and half years old. I realised that he could sing – word to word- any song I play at home, so I decided to teach him certain things if he will be able to remember,” Richard Kofi Addo told Kofi TV.

Now, he has gone international as the British Broadcasting Corporation has featured him, describing him as the world’s smartest kid. Jeremiah lives with his family of 5 at Kodie in the Ashanti Region.

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