- A young Nigerian boy from Anambra state, Nigeria has built a generator using scrap
- The generator built by the 13-year-old boy can power a house
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A young Nigerian boy identified as Ernest Collins has built a generator using carton scraps. The 13-year-old boy who is from Anambra state built the generator to power a mini house he constructed with his engineering skills.
The 13-year-old is in his third year in Junior Secondary School (JSS3). He is from Ekwulobia Umuochuba in Aguata local government area. It was gathered that the young boy has also used his skills to construct several houses before the generator.
YEN.com.gh came across his story after Facebook user Ernest Stanley shared his story in an exclusive interview. Stanley revealed to YEN.com.gh that the boy was able to power his house with the newly built generator.
Stanley said: "He has built a lot of houses and recently did this generator this January that can even power the house even a light bulb.”
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