- One of Regional Maritime University (RMU)'s final year students has recently got may congratulating and applauding his creativity after photos of his project suraced online
- Patrick Essel's project which is a functional container vessel was shared on the Facebook page of RMU
- Richmond Boateng, an impressed follower commented: "This work is highly commendable"
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A final year student at the Regional Maritime University identified as Patrick Essel is being hailed on social media after photos of his project work surfaced online.
The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Facebook page of the university had photos of Patrick's final year project work which is a functional container vessel. One of the photos had him with a huge smile on while standing by what he built.
The young man named the vessel after his surname, Essel.
Many who saw the post did not hesitate to congratulate Patrick at the comments section. At the time of this publication, the post has racked up close to 400 reactions with 37 comments and 49 shares.
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Some of the comments have been highlighted below by YEN.com.gh;
Raymond Gbeku wrote:
Good work done. Keep it up. Proud of you
Richmond Boaten commented:
This work is highly commendable
Gerald De-Lima replied:
Yes,These are the brains we need in this country!
From @Apos Ransford Koomson:
Scholarship for further studies... Shalom. Wants to talk to him
Anthony Bosso replied:
Massive work done. Kudos to you.
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a video of a smart technical school student who invented a car by himself surfaced on social media.
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The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Facebook page of Effah Clement had the young inventor revealing that he used eight months to build a car from scratch.
When asked if he is still in school, he revealed that he is a student of a Technical School where he is reading auto-mechanics in Tarkwa. He is in his 2nd year.
The 18-year-old boy revealed that he has named his car 'never give up' due to the challenges he has been facing in his life.