Genius 12-year-old boy with no formal training uses own skills to repair home electrical faults

Genius 12-year-old boy with no formal training uses own skills to repair home electrical faults

- A 12-year-old boy identified as Abdul-Wahab Hassan has demonstrated his ingenuity by repairing damaged electronics without prior training

- Hassan has been commended for his ingenuity and is being patronised by friends and family

- The 12-year-old boy hails from Ajigbotosho House, Olele Okeho, Kajola local government area of Oyo state

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Knowledge they say has nothing to do with age, has aptly described a 12-year-old boy, Abdul-Wahab Hassan, whose natural ingenuity and skills have been acknowledged solving many home electrical faults.

Hassan who hails from Ajigbotosho House, Olele Okeho, Kajola local government area of Oyo state has been getting encomiums and commendation from all and sundry sequel to his natural endowment, skills and inbuilt knowledge that makes him an expert in solving electrical faults and repairing of the damaged electronics.

In an interactive session with the boy, YEN.com.gh regional reporter in Oyo state, Imran Khalid, gathers that Hassan who is in JSS 1 class at Al-Balagh Model College, Isia Okeho said he had not undergone the training under the tutelage of any master, adding that his ability to solve home electrical faults and repairing of electronics was born out of natural ingenuity and skills that God endowed him with.

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Meet 12-year-old boy whose natural ingenuity solves home electrical faults

Abdul-Wahab Hassan
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Hassan said that he had started with the solving of home electrical faults and repairing of electronics for over five years, stressing that he started picking up the damaged electronics and got them repaired without any training or mastery of its perfection from anybody.

On solving of home electrical faults, he said he had currently restricted himself to solving electrical faults belonging to his parents and other members of his family.

On the source of income for the procurement of instruments like the screwdriver, battery, tester, wires, solar and others, he said his father was the one responsible for them and the encouragement coming from his parents is making him to forge ahead.

On patronage, Hassan said his friends, colleagues and school teachers were the ones patronising him for repair of the damaged electronics with little or no complaints.

On ambition, Hassan said he had not currently chosen any course but he aspires to study any of the engineering courses when the time comes.

Hassan commended his parents and friends who had been giving him courage and inspiration to move on without minding any of the possible encountered obstacles.

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Francis David, a 13-year-old boy, who works as an apprentice in an electrical workshop, shared his dreams of being an engineer.

The young boy who has tried fixing various electrical items said he was interested in building a television set.

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Wendell and her prince charming Esinam made their long-time relationship official in a traditional ceremony and the couple did not miss the opportunity to highlight the Ghanaian kente during their traditional nuptial.

The bride looked gorgeous in her Kente dress and her groom, amazing as they took steps to be joined together in one flesh.

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