- A little boy has been spotted for his skill of making things with scraps of metal
- The boy identified as Ekhator Lucky is a primary school pupil based in Edo state
- Lucky made a realistic generator and blender using scraps from plastic
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A primary school pupil identified as Ekhator Lucky from Nigeria is one of those African with skills. The little boy was celebrated for his skill of making things with scraps of metal.
YEN.com.gh came across Lucky's story after a reader identified as Hope Harrison sent photos of the generator and blender built. The boy builds the items using scraps from plastic.
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Harrison revealed that the little boy is a primary six pupil, who stays in Egor local government area of Edo state.
The photos sent also show other things that were created by Lucky using some plastic scraps he gathered.
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