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Primary school boy builds rechargeable bus with TV inside

Primary school pupil builds rechargeable bus

A talented primary school pupil has put his abilities to full use, and the end product is that he built a bus using cartons.

The unidentified young boy used locally-sourced materials like wires, bottle tops, and a few others to put together his rechargeable bus.

The model bus built by the boy mirrors that of a conventional real-life transit bus and even has a television inside it.

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The young boy demonstrated how the bus works in a viral Facebook video that over 30,000 people have viewed with many comments.

Although the boy’s name remained unknown at press time, it is reported that he is a primary 6 pupil at Merit International school, Ahafo region, Ghana.

Reacting to the video, many netizens hailed the boy’s creativity, calling on well-meaning individuals to encourage him to develop his talents.

One Nana Adoma said, “This is great. I pray helpers locate him to make this big so that this amazing talent will not go to waste,” while Mawunya Agbeka said the boy will likely grow up and become a comedian because our leaders will let this great talent to go waste.”

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Nigerian Boy Timilehin Designs Replica Of One-Storey Building, Displays It In Video

In related news, a talented young Nigerian boy displayed his creative abilities by designing a replica of a one-storey building using local materials.

The young boy, identified as Timilehin, showed off his architectural skills in a video, which Zainab Eniola Kashaam shared on LinkedIn. The masterpiece was a replica of a one-story building with a car park.

The replica had two cars parked in the car park and painted with matching colours. The young lad said he was still in school but did such projects regularly to support himself.

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