Charles Sogli, a 22-year-old native of Ghana's Volta region who has exceptional height, has elevated to the status of a popular figure.
The young man who stands 7.10 feet tall is an apprentice welder, and his extraordinary height has drawn attention to him from many as his pictures have gone viral on social media.
However, we may require representatives from the Guinness Book of World Records to validate this. The young welder has also been labeled the tallest boy in Ghana by many.
Although being the tallest youngster around may have its benefits, Charles also discussed some difficulties he faces as a result of his size.
Charles Sogli's pictures can be found below.
Charles, who has feet that can reach a height of 18 inches, claimed in an interview with Joy News that he quit school at the end of Primary 5 because he couldn't find boots or shoes that fit his feet.
He did add, though, that he does take pleasure in the publicity that comes with being well-known.
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