- A young Ghanaian girl whose name is yet to be identified was able to create a Bluetooth speaker herself
- The genius 13-year-old was able to make the device using pieces of plywood and some discarded speaker parts
- Ghanaians have been sharing heartwarming thoughts after watching the rather eye-popping video
A talented young girl in Ghana whose name is not disclosed is winning the admiration of many on social media after showcasing her own creation in a video.
With some pieces of plywood she picked up and some discarded speaker parts, the genius girl was able to put together her own Bluetooth speaker that she used to play some music in the eye-popping video.
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This appears to be a clear case of a talent existing in an environment where she needs to be given more opportunities to provide solutions that will benefit humanity.
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What people are saying
Below were some interesting comments shared by Ghanaians after watching the video.
"Dbee dierrr every small tin dey nice you. This tin we all do as we be kiddies."
"Appreciating people will not kill you. Try as much as possible to be nice."
"edey pain me sey she go take ein talent chock somewhere secof wona country dier nobody go support you if by divine intervention you get helping hand arh big win but everything be 100% you naa your responsibility chale."
Another smart teen built a speaker
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Samuel Aboagye, a junior high school student at Aggrey Road number two JHS created an amazing bluetooth speaker box using a regular water gallon.
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In a post originally put up by Dext Technology Limited and further explained by Mckingtorch Makafui Awuku, it was indicated that the young boy developed the sound system with gallons that were regarded as waste.
Samuel used practical concepts of electric current flow, conductors and non-conductors as well as design thinking techniques to make the creative electronic device.