- An 11-year-old Nigerian boy named Victor Ezekiel has joined other kids designing beautiful building prototypes
- Victor was recently discovered by Ofonono Foundation after he created a stunning building prototype
- The young boy, who lives with his parents, intends to be an architect in the future
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An 11-year-old Nigerian boy identified as Victor Ezekiel has been discovered by a foundation after designing a stunning building prototype.
According to Ofonono Foundation which discovered Victor, the young boy has indicated his interest to become an architect.
The foundation said Victor lives in the slum with his family and attends Jessy's Kid Academy. The talented boy is from Akwa Ibom but lives in Rivers state.
Lately, Nigerians in the same age group with Victor have been exhibiting their talents and it shows that the country is blessed with creatives that are ready to make the country proud.
Young talents like victor abound in every nook and cranny of Nigeria and it will be to the advantage of the country if these kids are given the proper tutelage in the career paths they have chosen.
One of these talented kids is 15-year-old Uge Chinedu who also designed a building prototype.
The young boy is from Ebonyi state and he attends Government Technical College, Utuh, Anambra state.
Chinedu started designing building prototype when he was in primary 5.
The new building prototype the creative boy designed was completed within one week.
Chinedu lives with his mother at Okofia, Otolo, Nnewi in Anambra state.
In other news, nothing beats the feeling of extending gifts to your parents, especially if you grew up with literally nothing.
This was the case of a Kenyan female petroleum engineer after she decided to gift her parents a luxurious house in Eldoret, Uasin Gishu county.
Michelle Boit, who is in her early 40s, took to social media to celebrate her parents for her upbringing.
The engineer who studied in the United States said she was motivated to build her parents a four-bedroom house after observing most of her friend's parents were suffering as their children live large in the foreign nation.
She had been working with Tullow Oil in Kenya before she moved to a Chad-based oil company with offices in Nairobi.
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Source: Yen Ghana