- A young Nigerian boy is currently receiving applause for his latest creation
- In a video currently trending, the secondary school boy is seen showing off his robot made from wood
- The wooden robot which seems about 10 inches tall is seen moving on its own
It is no news that when it comes impressive innovations, Nigerians never fail to impress. Currently trending online is a video of secondary school boy whose creation has left many people in awe.
YEN.com.gh recently came across a video shared to an Instagram blog, @Ebalsblog of the young boy. In the video, the yet-to-be-identified boy is seen showing off his robot made out of wood.
The robot which is about 10 inches tall, is seen moving about in a human-like manner; one step at a time. The young man follows behind, surrounded by his classmates who are equally impressed by his invention.
Watch video below:
See some comments below:
nenye_val: "Nigeria get many talents, but na bad government kill am "
ashakeomodaddy: "Imagine if he got the encouragement, tools, the push......there wont be a limit to what he could do!"
chukwudiadaeze: "Wow he's so creative"
iam_uchino: "This is amazing!"
justfashion_hub: "Wow! This is really innovative. I pray his skills take him places."
official_toriblog:"We've got the brains but we don't have a responsible government"
Only a while ago, two preteens made the country proud by inventing an amazing 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.
Owolola invented a robot he named the robot grabber. The robot functions as help that moves things around the house. In an interview with BBC, Owolola said: "This is the robot grabber, I programmed it to identify an object and take it to another position." Abdullahi invented a robot that functions to assist people after laundry. The robot folds clothes perfectly.
Meanwhile, these are interesting times for the Nollywood industry as former aviation minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, has officially joined the movie scene. Popularly known as FFK, he took to his Facebook page to share to the news.
Sharing series of photos on the platform, he spoke on his excitement about making a cameo appearance in his debut movie which is a series titled "Silent Prejudice". Staring alongside veterans Larry Koldsweat and Obi Idejimba, FFK stated he felt honoured.