Two Graduates Of Academic City University College Build Electric Bicycle, Video Evokes Joy

Two Graduates Of Academic City University College Build Electric Bicycle, Video Evokes Joy

  • Academic City University College must be feeling proud after two of its graduates opened a startup aimed at building assistive mobility devices
  • The two intelligent graduates have built an electric bicycle to aid in easy movement
  • Netizens have congratulated the duo for the innovation and encouraged them to keep working hard

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Two graduates of the Academic City University College have put their creativity to the test after building an electric bicycle.

Andrewla Takyi and Banabas Nomo are founders of Goliath Robotics, a startup whose aim is to revolutionise and build mobility devices.

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Andrewla Takyi and Banabas Nomo with one of their electric bicycles Photo credit: KobbyKyei_/Twitter
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Speaking about the new innovation, Banabas Nomo said the idea behind the electric bike was to help the average Ghanaian with easy mobility from one point to the other

He explained that the bicycle has some distinct features such as triple shock absorption and cruise control, which allow the user to set the speed that they want to move.

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Other features of the bike are the ambient light control and night riding mode.

"Currently, we have a test-driven module where about 25 testers have driven the module to carry out simple errands and the results have helped us to refine our products. Now, we have a small-scale manufacturing plant which will enable us to make about 100 electric bicycles a week."

For her part, Andrewla Takyi said the dream of the company is to be a leader in the global market when it comes to producing assistive mobility devices.

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Ghanaians react to the innovation of the two graduates

In reacting to the video, social media users have praised the duo for creating a device that solves a critical problem in society.

Maila _ Drills stated:

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Amazing job guys!! Biggest fan. To truly be advanced I believe you guys should tackle the core problems which is self reliance on complete design from process to manufacturing.

18-year old builds car

Earlier, reported that an 18-year-old boy in a technical high school in Tarkwa in the Western Region had built a car that uses fuel from scratch.

In a video published on YouTube by M48 TV, seen by, the teenager revealed that it took him eight months to build the vehicle.

He named the vehicle Never Give Up as he faced several challenges but triumphed over them to achieve his goal.

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