The Kingdom Exim Ghana has commended a Tema Indian family for nurturing the drumming talent of their son who has gone viral on social media, encouraging parents to unearth the potential of their children.
The 13-year-old Aayush Ramdass, together with his father Mr PT Ramdass and sister Aadhya had their video clip known as ‘Coffin Dance Memes from PT’s Nest” going viral as he displayed a lot of style and suave while the sister and father were on the keyboard and guitar respectively.
Mr James Rajamani and Mr Immanuel Rajamani, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Kingdom Exim Ghana Limited respectively, told the Ghana News Agency that they were amazed about the exploits the young drummer was making becoming a feature in all his school’s functions and all Indian community related events.
They indicated that he thrilled their clients with his performance during the opening of one of Kindom Exim’s subsidiary investments, ‘Meet N Eat’, an Indian Restaurant in Tema.
They commended the parent of Aayush for investing in his talent as well as giving him the platform to excel as they revealed that interactions with them showed that he was passionate about drums at an early age of four, making them to purchase a set of drums for him at the age of six.
They said even though a tutor arranged to teach him drumming, was irregular, Aayush picked up on his own and started playing rhythm for some of his father’s guitar instrumental and was encouraged by his father to do stage shows at every available opportunity.
While wishing Aayush and the family well in their music life they advised parents to take a cue from them to encourage and nurture the natural gifts of their children which could be a source of additional income for them in future.
They indicated that now that the children were not going to school because of the COVID-19, parents must engage and study their children to know their interests and passions in order to invest, nurture and preserve them.