A young boy from Umuahia, Praise Kelechi became an internet sensation when he first shared photos of an ironman suit which he created using only cartons, glue, and other minor objects. Praise Kelechi is a young talented boy who designs amazing crafty works using objects that can be found in the streets such as cartons.
His first design which he named MK-3
Ever since he first shared photos of the ironman suit he made with cartons, he has designed other interesting things including spiderman masks, Captain America's shield, rifles, and other comics-related objects. Check out some photos of his other creative works.
Aside from creating other objects, he has improved in the ironman suit which he invented. When he first introduced the suit on social media, it was looking a bit rough compared to how it looks now as he shares photos of a new and improved design which he calls Mk-50 to celebrate his birthday.
His new suit which he named Mk-50
Making of MK-50
If a young boy can create interesting objects using just cartons, imagine how far he would go when given the right tools and equipment. This shows that Nigerians are naturally talented and this is why we should be proud of ourselves.
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