Two Nigerian kids build robots that help with housework (video)
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Two Nigerian kids build robots that help with housework (video)

- Two talented kids have made Nigeria proud with their amazing skills in robotics and coding

- The young kids are only 12 years old and they have made an invention that could change the chores done at home

- Fathia & Oluwatobiloba built robots that would fold clothes and grab things around the house

Nigerians have made names for themselves in different fields such as information technology, science, art, entertainment and more.

Young talented Nigerians have gained traction for their works and many more continue to distinguish themselves in the creative industry and other fields including technology, science, arts and entertainment.

And recently, two preteens have made the country proud by inventing a mind-blowing technology that can be used as assistants at home during chores.

The kids, Oluwatobiloba Nsikakabasi Owolola and Fathia Abdullahi, successfully built robots after just a year of learning how to code.

Robot helps with chores

2 Nigerian 12-year-old kids build robots that help with housework Source: BBC Africa Twitter

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Owolola, 12, invented a robot he named ''Robot Grabber'', which functions as an assistant to move things around the house.

Owolola explained in an interview: "This is the robot grabber, I programmed it to identify an object and take it to another position."

Also, 12-year-old Abdullahi, invented a robot that functions to assist people after laundry and also folds clothes perfectly.

She disclosed that she decided to build the robot because that was the problem she had at home.

"I decided to build a robot that folds clothes because that is the problem we have at home," Abdullahi said.

Owolola revealed that he wants to become a robotic engineer while Abudullahi said she wants to become a food scientist.

The little man said he started coding at ten while the tech-brain lady revealed she started coding at the age of 11.

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Robot helps with chores

The 12-year-old kids built a robot that can fold clothes Source: BBC Africa Twitter

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