Kelvin is a 20-year-old engineer and inventor from Sierra Leone.
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He shot to fame when he was15 as a self-taught engineer who managed to use scrap to build working generators, batteries and even an FM Radio Transmitter.
Kelvin Doe debuted his Innovation Catalyst Tour in Ghana in February 2017.
Kelvin Doe embarked on a 14-day tour of Ghana and spoke at 10 universities.
He also visited some of the top Tech Start-Ups in the Country and also paid a courtesy call on a number of highly-profiled individuals including the President of Ghana and Minister of Education amongst others.
Kelvin Doe was the youngest person to be invited to the ‘Visiting Practitioner’s Program’ at MIT in 2012.
The 20-year-old has won a number of awards since and made it on Forbes 30 under 20 list as one of Africa’s most promising entrepreneur hopes to inspire young entrepreneurs to chase their dreams and help the African continent develop.