Odd Jobs: Boat Building in The Bronx

Sekou Builds Boats

All smiles on the Bronx river.

It’s not everyday you run into a boat maker in the Bronx. I took a row on the surprisingly serene Bronx River with West African immigrant Sekou Kroamh. Sekou left his country of Guinea four years ago, where he enjoyed working with his hands to build houses. Now he’s in New York working with his hands doing something else he loves. Listen to Sekou below.


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4 Responses to “Odd Jobs: Boat Building in The Bronx”

  1. @AbbanBudu says:

    wow, this is awesome. this guy is just an inspiration, doing what he loves, helping people, and even though he doesn’t like how kids can be troublesome sometimes, its still important he enjoys what he does. please follow up on him after some few months lets see how he’s progressing. you did great rox. i must say, u have a nice voice, like seriously :D

    • Roxanne L. Scott says:

      Thanks for stopping by Terry. This is my first audio piece and I decided to put it up. I’m loving the positive feedback… maybe I should do these more often :-)

      I agree, Sekou’s passion for his job is something we should all strive for!

  2. Efo Dela says:

    Loved his story!! I wish i enjoyed my job half as much. I seem to be getting jaded these days

    • Roxanne L. Scott says:

      Thanks Efo! Remember Sekou is only 18… give him a few years, lol. No but seriously we really should all strive to the passion he has. He’s already a step ahead of A LOT of people.

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