In a LinkedIn post shared by Muhammad Mayhoolar, he uploaded a video showing the young boy testing out the remote-controlled toy car he skillfully made.
Muhammad asked the LinkedIn users to support the teenager, adding that his amazing creations deserves to be sponsored.
He is incredibly talented!
Nearly six months ago on the same social media platform, he shared a statement revealing how the talented boy was able to use simple materials such as planks and cartons to build small replica construction machines.
The teenage boy used different types of devices to operate different parts of the machine. Several Nigerians were amazed by the boy’s innovative skill.
Here are some of their reactions:
“We are coming to film him soon.” Usman Minjibir said:
“Excellent share.” Taiwo Olowu said,’ Dr. Subrina Jesmin (Arai) said.
“Awesome! Just proved the fact that education is a most powerful tool to develop the mind, a person and a nation. We can make ourselves better if we raise the literacy levels of the populace to discover more talents; which could otherwise be wasted in nomadic and unenlightened life.”
In other news earlier published by NEWSLEXPOINT.com, a 24 year old physics student from Nigeria built a working helicopter out of old car and bike parts.
Mubarak Muhammed Abdullahi spent eight months building the model, using the money he makes from repairing cellphones and computers. While some of the parts have been sourced from a crashed 747, the chopper contains parts from cars and bikes.
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