- A creative junior high school student in Ghana has showcased his talent by transforming a motorcycle into a bicycle
- He revealed in an incredible video to adults that the motorcycle does not have a battery but runs on fuel
- Like his adult audience in the footage, online viewers are blown away by the young innovator's work
A talented junior high school student in Ghana has showcased his creativity by building a motorcycle using a bicycle that runs on fuel.
In a video seen by YEN.com.gh, the schoolboy demonstrated how the motorcycle works in the presence of adults.
The boy's motorcycle has no battery
When asked if the motorcycle rans on a battery, he said no. He, however, indicated that it uses a heater with no starter.
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The boy showed that the motorcycle functions without any challenges. This left the adults in the video highly impressed.
Similarly, the video wowed his online audience when the footage emerged online.
Watch the clip below:
Reactions to the video of the talented boy
While some praised him, others said he needs protection and support.
Man, smart man with so much potential but one mistake with the gas reservoir...
So much potential if given the right tools. We need to invest and support our own people.
Africans are still creating even when they have thought they could not do it. Now imagine if we activated all our abilities.
We need Kennedy Agyapong as a president to help these people.
Let's protect this boy at all costs.
Forget the National Science and Maths Quiz, talent overdoses real practicals.
Ghanaian builds car from scraps
In a previous story, YEN.com.gh reported that a Ghanaian teenager, Obed Obeng Danso of the Community Development and Vocational Technical Institute (CONVOTECH) in Tarkwa in the Western Region, had built his first car.
The 18-year-old's automobile consumes little fuel and goes easy on the road.
Danso stated that he had always wanted to create a vehicle and that, through hard work, he could do so.
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Also, YEN.com.gh reported that Ghanaian engineer Robert Nsoh built a power bank called EcoMini+ that provides users with 24/7 light and at least four times laptop recharge energy.
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