Madam Abigail Pabi, mother of the JHS graduate who built a Lamborghini-like car has spoken about her son
According to her, she spoke divine words upon her son when he was in her womb
Madam Abigail Pabi recounted how her son started out as a creative
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Madam Abigail Pabi, the biological mother of 18-year-old BECE graduate, Kelvin Odartei, who manufactured a Lamborghini-like car has spoken about her son's talent and early beginnings.
According to her, she used to prophesized on her children including Kelvin, while they were in her womb and asked God to me them great people in society.
The mother of the young creative said she it was her wish for her kids to go into the field of medicine but they took to arts which to her, was the divinely selected.
Kelvin went viral on social media when he finally exhibited the car manufactured while giving his classmates a ride to school
The innovative youngJHS graduate caught the eye of many media personalities after his video went viral and they all went t him to highlight his creation.
Even Ghanaian automobile manufacturing company, Kantanka, revealed on their Facebook page they were in search of him.
Madam Abigail Pabi recounted that Kelvin used to cut the metals and empty milk tins in her living room and she used to step on them and hurt herself.
Kelvin's mum added that many people in the neighbourhood thought her son was mad because he was roaming on streets and dumping sites in search of metals for his project.
Kelvin on his part is reported to have promised to manufacture a car for his mum and he has realized his dream today.
However before realizing his dream, he faced many challenges with the most memorable one being his mother asking him to chew the metals he had cut.
Meanwhile, Dr Ayisha Baffoe-Ashun has shattered glass ceilings and has blazed the path for other women after it was reported that she had become the first-ever female PhD holder in Architecture.
She set this enviable record at Ghana's prestigious Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in the Ashanti region of Ghana.
Dr Ayisha Ida Baffoe-Ashun formerly known as Ayisha Ida Haruna would hold her head up high as the primus inter pares and would look to see other exceptional women blaze the trail she has set.
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