A young child is being recognized online to show inventiveness and limited support in the face of inadequate resources.
Ikechukwu Divine Oramife constructed a local toy automobile and he dubbed it Lambo 2021. It works on a remote pad.
The 15-year-old child said in an interview with BBC Pidgin that it took him a month and two weeks to create the car successfully.
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According to Ikechukwu, when he was 11 years old he began creating little machinery like helicopter, caterpillar, airplane and tricycle among others.
The kid said he could create a typical motor vehicle for people, but the shortage of supplies is a difficulty.
He claimed that his dream is to be a car engineer. He wants to go to school to further strengthen his skills.
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The clever child also declared he would be a tanker for his next project.￼
Some of the materials he utilizes include aluminum, copper wire, condemned DVDs and footwear.
Nigerian innovator, Ikechukwu Divine Oramife, 15 years old.
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