- A Nigerian teen has dazzled social media with his mouth-dropping creation
- In a viral video, the young lad identified as Wisdom Ubong demonstrated his invention that lifts heavy objects off the ground
- He appealed to the government to come to his aid as regards financial assistance so he can make the equipment standardized
The last has definitely not been seen of Nigerian kids with jaw-dropping talents. The latest is a young boy who has gone viral after video emerged of his display of his invention.
The boy identified as Wisdom Ubong created a small-sized tractor that lifts objects off the ground.
In an emerging video posted on Twitter by a user with the handle @Dejienna1 Wisdom used local materials and wiring, with the aid of a car battery, and showed how the equipment works.
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He lifted something that looked like a brick with the fork of the tractor to the amazement of the looking crowd.
Responding to questions from the person recording the video, Wisdom said he hailed from Akwa Ibom. He revealed that the tractor is a personal practical of his and called on the government to support him so he can turn the tractor into something proper and of better quality.
The video left Nigerians who came across it in awe.
"Notice Okada riders are the most patriotic and loyal group of Nigerians you can find? They’re always there to support and encourage innovation no matter how small and wherever it’s found in Nigeria."
"Could've lifted that with one hand.. So much drama..
"I'm just kidding, this is super innovative. I wish him all the best
"Talent yakpa for this country oo."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young boy invented device to protect parents against Covid-19.
San Fransisco native Mizan Rupan-Tompkins might only be 12 but he developed a survival tool for the Covid-19 pandemic.
Rupan-Tompkins used a 3D printer to create a device that allows people to open doors and press buttons without actually making contact with the surface.
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