- A kid identified as Aji Bukar who is clearly very creative has created an architectural design, an impressive replica of the Red Cross office building
- The work which is very artistic was gifted to the Red Cross in Maiduguri, Borno state and it has moved many lovers of good things who saw it online
- Aji designed the office building with local materials such as wood and it is nicely painted in the colours of the humanitarian body
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Creativity has found full meaning in the hands of a young boy named Aji Bukar who has used local materials to design the architectural replica of the Red Cross office building.
The replica has spaces for ambulances as well as a helipad. Two ambulances and a helicopter were seen inside the compound.
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It looks real
The work is actually very real even though it is just an architectural design or prototype. The nice painting given to it by the boy made it come alive.
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The boy presented the work as a gift to the Red Cross in Maiduguri, the Borno state capital in recognition of their work in the state.
Aji Bukar said he created the gift for the body because it brings a lot of good into the world. The photo was later shared on Facebook by the humanitarian body.
See the post below:
Facebook users react
Nneka Nwankwo said:
"This is really nice. Thank you Aji Bukar."
Sheila Castro Tivlumun commented:
"Wow, what a way of appreciation. God bless you boy."
Mohd Maidugu said:
"He is humanitarian. As young as he is he has the empathy."
Abdulmaleek Mohammed commented:
"Wow! He needs to be sponsored to further his education."
Es Madakan reacted:
"Wow. What a change from all these depressing stories on social media."
Yusuf Ibrahim said:
"He deserves a good reward, at least a Scholarship."
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Musa got the scholarship offer from Ronchess Global Resources, a construction company.
His mother was also given the sum of N1 million while his father got a new job.