Young Ghanaian inventor builds unique tricycle; takes it out for ride in photos
- A Ghanaian creative has invented a unique vehicle which has been sighted on the move
- The vehicle which falls in the category of tricycles was seen being ridden by its creator
- Photos of the rare moment were captured in photos and shared on social media
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A creative young Ghanaian local engineer has stunned many people on social media with his invention of a rare vehicle that can be called a tricycle.
In photos sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Facebook page of Richard Akoto Darko, the photos of the special tricycle were posted for the whole world to see.
The story that came with the photos had it that the creator of the vehicle was from Jasikan in the Oti region of Ghana.
In the photos, the creator of the vehicle whose name is yet to be known had come out for a test run of his creation.
It appears the exercise caught the eyes of many who rushed to have a closer look at the invention and some people even had the chance to ride in it.
The inventor was seen in the driver's seat as he carried a woman on the passenger seat. Looking closely at the invention, one can see that it has the features of a convertible car and that of a motorcycle which makes it a very rare creation.
After Richard Akoto Darko made the post, he captioned it:
"This great work was done by an automobile guy at Jasikan in oti region.
Ghana really got talent
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Many people took to the comment section under the post to hail the inventor over his ingenuity.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Deputy Education Minister and Member of Parliament for Bosomtwe, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum has paid full university fees for 30 freshers in his constituency.
The 30 new entrants into the tertiary level are all headed to University of Mines and Technology (UMaT) at Tarkwa to study various engineering courses.
Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum took to his Facebook page to make the huge announcement and shared some photos with the 30 beneficiaries.
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