15-Year-Old Nigerian Teen From Kano Who Once Built Excavator With Cartons Makes Remote-Controlled Car

15-Year-Old Nigerian Teen From Kano Who Once Built Excavator With Cartons Makes Remote-Controlled Car

  • A 15-year-old Nigerian, Muhammad Sagir, has melted hearts with his amazing creations as he showed the toy car he made
  • A LinkedIn user, Muhammad Mayhoolar M’y, called for support for the teenager, asking people to promote his craft
  • Many who saw his video were amazed at his innovativeness as they hope he gets a bigger platform soon

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A 15-year-old Nigerian boy, Muhammad Sagir, has wowed people with his innovative skill on social media.

In a post shared by Muhammad Mayhoolar M’y on LinkedIn, he attached a video showing the teenager testing out the remote-controlled toy car he made.

The boy's toy car looks well made.
He drove the toy car around in a living room. Photo source: LinkedIn/Muhammad Mayhoolar M’y
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He implored the LinkedIn community to support the teenager, saying his amazing creations ought to be sponsored and invested in.

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He is talented!

Five months ago on the same platform, he once wrote how the talented teenager was able to use materials like cartons and planks to build miniatures construction machines.

In the post, the boy used different kinds of syringes to operate different parts of the machine. Nigerians were wowed by the boy’s latest innovation.

When Legit.ng spoke with Mayhoolar, he said he has been the only support for the genius kid. He also revealed that the boy get his materials from wastes.

Below are some of their reactions:

Usman Minjibir said:

"We are coming to film him soon."

Dr. Subrina Jesmin (Arai) said:

"Excellent share."

Taiwo Olowu said:

"Awesome! Just proved the fact that education is a most powerful tool to develop the mind, a person and a nation. We can make ourselves better if we raise the literacy levels of the populace to discover more talents; which could otherwise be wasted in nomadic and unenlightened life."

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Another Nigerian whizkid did wonders

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 @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.

When Nigerians expressed the need to meet the kid, @omogawd in a subsequent post shared his father's contact and home address.

Source: Legit.ng

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