Young boy from Ghana makes car without engine; performs test drive in latest video

Young boy from Ghana makes car without engine; performs test drive in latest video

- A gentleman from Ghana has created a car that operates without an engine

- He remains unnamed but appears to be in his twenties

- A video of his test drive was taken in an average locality

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A young gentleman has come out with an amazing invention that is trending on social media. He has invented a car that runs without an engine.

Ghana the Black Star of Africa revealed the ingenious invention in a Facebook post on its official Facebook page.

In the video, the young gentleman was seen beaming with smiles when a video of him was being taken. He was taking the car for a test drive as some children stood by surprised by what was going on.

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The ingenious young man is not named, but he appears to be in his twenties.

Ghana the Black Star of Africa attested to the brilliance of the young man saying:

This guy is brilliant, probably the government should look for him. He’s a young Ghanaian who has manufactured a car without an engine.

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Perhaps, this proves that young people from Ghana are capable of competing with the outside world if given the chance to develop and showcase their amazing ideas.

The video was taken in a locality that looks averagely developed and in the evening. It showed that the car did not only have the ability to move without an engine.

It also had headlights that brighten as normally as any average car.

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Watch the video below:

There have been a number of interesting stories regarding cars. Just recently, reported that Otumfuo Osei Tutu II has made history repeat itself in grand style as he rode to Prempeh College in the same vehicle as one of his predecessors did some 70 years ago.

In 1949, Otumfuo Osei Agyemang Prempeh II went to Sofoline in a Rolls Royce when he went to Prempeh College. Back then, Prempeh College was known as Kwadaso Secondary School.

He had gone to inaugurate the school which was fresh at that time.

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