- The teenager in Ghana built an electric motorbike with a wooden frame, which has emerged in a video
- The motorbike is solar-powered and runs without making a noise
- Samuel's invention has a functioning bell, break, lights, and plays music
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A talented teenager in Ghana has built a solar-powered electric motorbike with a wooden frame that has a functioning bell, break, lights, and plays music.
The boy's invention has appeared in a video making the rounds on social media.
In the video spotted by YEN.com.gh, the talented teenager confirms that he built the electric motorbike from scratch, while a man visibly stunned by the boy's invention talked about the components of the motorbike.
Men stunned by boy's invention
The genius boy had been spotted by two men who were captivated by the motorbike with a wooden frame that runs perfectively without making a noise like the usual motorbike made of steel.
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The boy hit the road on the electric motorbike to show the men that it runs without any challenge.
One of the men running commentary in the video urged Ghana's President Nana Akufo-Addo to offer assistance to the boy to maximise his potential, while calling on the Ghana-based automotive company, Kantanka Automobile, to reach out to the talented teenager.
Watch the video below:
Man builds own car
In a previous invention story, a social media user, who was simply identified as Nzwobi H, shared an inspiring story with South Africans about a young man's creativity.
Nzwobi revealed the young man, who he did not name, designed and built his own car from scratch.
He posted several photos of the homemade car on Twitter, calling on Mzansi to help make the young man famous.