Ghanaian Boy Builds Mini Excavator, Mower, and Vacuum Cleaner; Video Leaves Many in Awe

Ghanaian Boy Builds Mini Excavator, Mower, and Vacuum Cleaner; Video Leaves Many in Awe

  • A Ghanaian child innovator has built electronic devices that include an excavator, mower, and vacuum cleaner
  • A video making the rounds on social media shows the talented boy used cheap materials to build the machines
  • His clip has raked in over 174,000 views, nearly 6,000 reactions, and over 300 comments as of the time of this publication
  • Asare Boahen commented: ''You are born to help Ghana...our minister and president have seen it, but they will refuse. God bless you with all the good work''

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A genius Ghanaian child innovator has put his talent to use by building several electronic devices that include an excavator, mower, and vacuum cleaner.

The boy, whose name is yet to be known, built the machines with cheap materials but managed to achieve his goal.

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Despite his limited resources, components of the excavator, including the bucket, arm, and boom, are all functioning.

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Ghanaian Boy Builds Mini Excavator, Mower, and vacuum Cleaner; Video Leaves Many in Awe. Photo credit: Shadys Media
Source: Facebook

Displaying how the devices work

In a video seen by, the boy operates his newly built mini construction equipment, mower, and vacuum cleaner in the presence of a uniformed military man and other spectators.

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The military man was visibly stunned as he urged the boy to show the world the machines. The boy's devices worked perfectly without any malfunction.

Other onlookers present were equally mesmerised as they expressed delight over the boy's creativity.

Watch the video below:

Social media reactions

The video has also left several people on social media awed.

According to Berry Gh, Ghana has got talent.

''Hmm this Ghana, we get the talent ... What we know is the book always. You learn eight subjects; when you fail one your life ends.

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''May God help our motherland Ghana.''

Peter Walker Burgapee replied:

''You're right, but if our leaders are not visionary what will you also who have a vision do for the child.''

Thomas Odomankomah Fynn Senior said:

''Ghana has the idea but some of our leaders are not helping the nation. This talented boy, Apostle Kantanka, etc all those people need the government support but not need only like that my prayer is that may the Lord God Appoint new governor for our country development and lawyerly so that there will be faithfulness in the country Amen.''

Asare Boahen commented:

''You are born to help Ghana but our minister and president have seen it but they will refuse God bless you all the good work.''

George Mbeah Mensah said:

''I think every serious nation after helping d boy should also settle the Officer, especially your shoes for work can be upgrades. Hmm, GH still praying for the nation.''

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George Kofi said:

''Mr John.D.Mahama please kindly look for this young boy and use him for your engineering department when you win power in 2024. God bless you.

Ghanaian Teenager Builds Solar-powered Electric Bike previously reported that a talented Ghanaian teenager, Samuel Aboagye, has built a solar-powered electric motorbike with a wooden frame that functions.

The solar-powered motorbike has lights, a bell, breaks, plays music, can connect to 100 radio stations in Accra, and has a Bluetooth connection that enables a rider to answer calls without holding the phone.

Aboagye, who resides in Tema Community 2, J Country, recalled what inspired him to build the electric scooter.

He mentioned to Truly Ghanaian Tv's Efo Selasi that the idea came to him when he observed neighbours fetching wood in his house to use as firewood.

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In a previous story, a young Ghanaian entrepreneur, Fafali, has recounted how the idea to start a shoemaking business came to her through a dream after several attempts to secure a job failed to yield positive results.

Fafali recalled encountering depressing challenges in her pursuit for a job, including men asking for sexual favours in exchange for employment.

Despite her relentless efforts, none yielded results. She recalls returning home one day exhausted from another failed job pursuit amid tears.

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