Recently a video of a man who built an electric transformer surfaced online. 24 years old Solomon, a native of Amaekpu in the Ohafia Local Government Area of Abia state, surprised the world after building an electric transformer. During an interview with him, he disclosed that he couldn't attend university because of a lack of money, but his dreams are always to push his career forward by getting a sound education.
God finally answered his prayer as he got a life-changing favor from Abia State Governor. Recently Governor Okezie Ikpeazu, the governor of Abia State saw the video, he invited Solomon to his place. After some counseling, ng he awarded Solomon a 5 years Scholarship. This was disclosed by a Facebook user via his Facebook page. In his words, he said, "Governor Okezie Ikpeazu has given 5 yrs scholarship to the young man from Abia state who built an electric transformer by himself."
Ever since this was posted on Facebook, it has been generating reactions from people. Check out people's comments below.
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