- A JHS 1 student from Kintampo in the Bono East Region has created a toy aeroplane that is able to move on its own
- According to the boy named Attah Gad, his dream is to one day become a pilot and fly planes
- The boy used capacitors and other electronic components to provide electrical power for the toy plane to move from one point to another
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Attah Gad, a first-year junior high school student in Ghana, has created a moving aeroplane using the container of Sasso insecticide spray and other miscellaneous items.
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Information obtained suggests that the ingenious boy comes from the Bono East Region, specifically from the town called Kintampo.
A close look at the toy created by Attah reveals that he used capacitors and other electronic components to provide electrical power for the movements.
According to the young boy who was spotted displaying his work whilst in his school uniform, his ultimate dream is to become a pilot when he grows up.
Attah has become one of the young people in Ghana who have made use of practical knowledge from what they are taught in school.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Samuel Aboagye, a junior high school student at Aggrey Road number two JHS also 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.
Many Ghanaians have been highly impressed by the boy's creativity and have been sharing their thoughts on the exciting piece of news.
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.