Nigerians are indeed blessed in the technological sector. A lot of young Nigerian minds have shown how talented they are in creating impressive machines from cheap and local materials. Take a look:
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The 22-year-old uses local materials to make drones from scratch. Ignatius Asabor kept on showcasing his talent on social media and eventually he was noticed by the managing director of Radai limited, Ari Saartenoja.
Ari Saartenoja sponsored Ignatius Asabor's flight ticket to Finland and employed him in his company.
Photo Credit; The Guardian
2. Akobundu Kenneth
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The 20-year-old Nigerian creates cars, bikes and mini-aircrafts by using nearby materials. Akobundu Kenneth was later given a scholarship in 2021 by Imo State Government to further his studies.
The message was passed across by the State Commissioner for information and Strategy, Declan Emelumba.
(Photo of Declan Emelumba with Kenneth Akobundu)
3. Ikechukwu Divine Oramife
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The 15-year-old boy uses cooper wire, aluminium, super glue, dunlop slippers and other low quality materials to build toy machines like cars. Ikechukwu Divine Oramife made the headlines when he built a Lamborghini and Lexus 2021 toy model.
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What do you have to say about these three young talented Nigerians?
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