Junior secondary school student creates bluetooth speaker using yellow keg, photos go viral

Junior secondary school student creates bluetooth speaker using yellow keg, photos go viral

- A JHS student at Aggrey Road No2 JHS in Tema has created a sound system with waste gallons

- The talented boy named Samuel Aboagye used Dext Technology Limited's Science Set as a tool to produce the sound system that uses bluetooth

- People have been raining showers of praises on Samuel for his creative electronic gadget

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Samuel Aboagye, a junior high school student at Aggrey Road number two JHS has created an amazing bluetooth speaker box using a regular water gallon.

In a post originally put up by Dext Technology Limited and further explained by Mckingtorch Makafui Awuku, it is indicated that the young boy developed the sound system with gallons that were regarded as waste.

It is indicated that Samuel used practical concepts of electric current flow, conductors and non-conductors as well as design thinking techniques to make the creative electronic device.

See the post below:

Many Ghanaians have been highly impressed by the boy's creativity and have been sharing their thoughts on the exciting piece of news.

Perk Pomeyie praised Samuel with the words:

"Great work. This is amazing. What would have been more amazing is a video of the innovation being tested for us to have a complete \sensual experience."

Surama King badly wanted to get connected to Samuel Aboagye.

"OMG. How can you connect me with this young gentleman?"

Kofi Nyame praised Samuel's creation and compared it to what university students from the school of technology in Kumasi can produce.

"Good work..Even KNUST students can't think of this to even develop something like this."
Samuel Aboagye: Ghanaian JHS student creates bluetooth speaker box out of gallon
Samuel Aboagye made bluetooth speaker box out of gallon. Credit: Dext Technology Limited
Source: UGC

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian boy, Joshua, became famous online after photos of his artistic creations surfaced on Twitter.

Photos of his works were posted by a tweep, @omogawd, who said he saw him on his way to Jumaat on Friday, February 19.

In the snaps, the kid designed a tricycle (keke), ship, and a luxurious bus with woods. He posed with one of them.


Joseph Omotayo writes for the human interest desk at Legit.ng. He graduated from Obafemi Awolowo University with a degree in Literature in English. He loves basketball and books. He tweets @omotayome.

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