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Nigerian boy builds moving robot in viral video

Nigerian boy builds moving robot in viral video 1

A Kano-based teenage boy created a human-controlled robot and Nigerians are in awe of his talent.

The talented boy has been applauded online after building a moving robot with local materials and wiring it to be human-controlled.

In a video shared by Daily Trust that has gone viral, the young boy is seen demonstrating how the robot mimics his gestures while being controlled.

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Nigerians rained praises on the boy for his creativity and talent, while others called on the federal government to support him and give him the encouragement he needs to excel.

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Nigerians had a lot to say about the boy’s ingenuity and the country in general. Some of the reactions we could document were:

@lasgidi_nims said: “Give him more resources, you will see the transformation he will bring to the society and street of Kano.”

@jennyagrees commented: “This is what we need to see! He will be located and exported ASAP to where he will grow and thrive, in Jesus name. Amen.”

@u.b.a_official wrote: “Talents everywhere but in a wrong country.”

@zeechy._ said: “Dem go soon come carry am comot, Tis I pray thee.”

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16-year-old Nigerian Teenager bags 9A’s in WAEC and Scores 331 in JAMB

Meanwhile, an intelligent 16-year-old boy, known as Uchegbu Obinna John-Paul has been celebrated on social media for his academic excellence and performance in WAEC and JAMB.

The teenager bagged 9 A’s in WAEC and scored 331 in JAMB which is undoubtedly a stellar performance in any regard.

His mentor, an Imo Sports OAP identified as Amb Pope Saviola Godwyn shared his young protegee’s results on social media while giving an insight into Uchegbu’s aspirations to be a medical doctor.

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