Meet Prince Brouse The 16-year-old Self-Taught JHS Boy Who Makes Speaker Boxes, Extension Board & More

Meet Prince Brouse The 16-year-old Self-Taught JHS Boy Who Makes Speaker Boxes, Extension Board & More

  • Prince Brouse, a 2021 BECE graduate was born with the talent to produce electronic gadgets without learning the skill
  • Sharing photos and videos with, Prince reveals he was able to make a fan, extension board, guitar, and many other items
  • The 16-year-old boy wants to become an engineer in the future but needs help to harness his talent to the fullest

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A brilliant Ghanaian boy called Prince Brouse who wrote his Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) at Koforidua Adweso Two-Streams 2021 has become an innovator in his own right.

Speaking to, the 16-year-old boy indicates that it all started when he was very young and had the knack to start assembling some electronic components he chanced upon.

Since then, he has been able to create extension boards, speaker boxes, baby escort, guitar, and many more without obtaining any formal training in them.

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Creative Ghanaian boy Prince Brouse and his innovations
Creative Ghanaian boy Prince Brouse and his innovations Photo credit: Prince Brouse
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"When I see the components, I just think about it and find how I should combine them and they work. Nobody teaches me. It was only during the making of the speaker boxes that I applied some principles I learned from my science teacher," he recounted.

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Prince comes from a humble background as his mother is a yam vendor whilst his father works as a carpenter but his dream is to become one of the greatest engineers in Ghana and beyond.

When asked how he could be supported, Prince said:

"So far, the items I make are only used in my house. I need more materials in order to be able to come up with more innovative ideas that would add a lot of creativity to the items already on the market."

Young Ghanaian entrepreneur creates incubator that hatches 2,000 eggs in 21 days

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Meanwhile, Samed Abdul, a young entrepreneur in Ghana, has created an incubator that is capable of hatching a whopping 2,000 eggs within 21 days.

The young man, who is yet to go to tertiary after finishing high school, revealed to that he started the process just two years ago and has now been able to build the 2,000-capacity egg incubator.

Samed, who is also known among his friends as Crystal, hails from Kwahu Abetifi, the capital of Kwahu East District in the Eastern Region of Ghana.

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