It is not a new thing that there are so many brilliant and talented kids across Nigeria, but most people have come to realize that we don't seem to appreciate these talents.
A boy who is ten years old has been revealed on social media with a beautiful invention.
A Twitter user @STEM_Cafe posted this boy's invention, and it was retweetd by @AishaYesufu; the tweet reads:
"This is Tomi, he is 10!
He has concluded the exploratory physical computing with Arduino virtually & presented his final project. An object tracker/anti-collision device.
We are proud of him."
See the link to the video where the boy explains how his invention is being used:
The boy's invention should be Another great achievement for Nigeria, and he should be really appreciated by sponsorimg him; See what people are saying:
"People will rather spend their Money on BBN than investing on this boy. Please don't misunderstand my statement but it is the sad truth. The boy deserves to be sponsored and encouraged just like those BBN who ain't contributing anything to the society.
"I hope he is patented this technology oo. Someone who just listened can take it up and run with it taking in billions and our inventor here will get only online fame."
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