Zang Luka Bot: 27-year-old man sent away from science class invents power banks, machines

Zang Luka Bot: 27-year-old man sent away from science class invents power banks, machines

- Zang Luka Bot, a 27-year-old man, has done what many his age cannot achieve with their university degrees

- After he was sent out of science class because of his grades, Zang continued to self-learn science on his own

- The Plateau indigen's DIY sessions paid off as he was able to produce things like a bespoke power bank and foot mouse that he distributed to many underprivileged

There are many Nigerian youths doing humanity a great kindness with their skill and creativity. It is not enough to gather wealth with one’s craft, how it helps others also matters.

A 27-year-old youth who hails from Plateau, Zang Luka Bot, has used technology to empower many who are physically-challenged through a lofty invention called foot mouse.

He has also distributed over 1000 of the gadgets to amputees in the country. Despite the fact that he was sent to the social sciences due to his poor grades, he studied science on his own and thrived.

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The young man is also the CEO of his company and has invented many things

The young man is also the CEO of his company and has invented many things
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The CEO of Zang Technologies, he also created things like power banks with recycled batteries from electronic wastes and sieving machines.

In 2019, he was nominated for The Future Awards Africa (TFAA) Prize for Technology. Though he has the aim to focus on his education in the future, he said that he wants to presently give all his attention to grow his company.

He won the NITDA Award of Excellence in Technology Innovation during the 2nd National Micro SME awards.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a man identified as AD Patrickson narrated his inspiring success story of how he became an owner of oil and gas company years after he worked as a night watchman on oilfield vessels. Nothing beats passion and hard work.

Patrickson said that to achieve his dream, he had to put in his all. He added that passion also made him improve his academics.

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Never to be one who does not give back, the downstream expert said he also contributed to his country, Cameroon, during the pursuit of his career goal.

Now that his commitment has paid off, he is the CEO of Source Rock, the first local Cameroonian company that “runs a natural gas facility without any expert help”.

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