Inventor introduces an ultra-modern wedding carriage with WIFI

Inventor introduces an ultra-modern wedding carriage with WIFI

- A young Ghanaian inventor has introduced a wedding carriage with unique features

- It comes with WIFI services as well as a camera with streaming features

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A Ghanaian inventor, Sampson Appiah, has manufactured a wedding carriage that comes with WIFI services.

According to a report by zionfelix,net, a camera is also attached to the carriage to aid in live streaming services.

Appiah, who is a first year student of Ghana Telecom University, is the founder of Linkme, has been praised by Ghanaians for his unique invention, after it became public.

A wedding carriage

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He initially studied at Regent University where he pursued an Open Source Technology programme.

He is also an IT expert who studied Micro Computer Technology at NCR Computer Institute, an international organization which installs ATM machines.

According to him, the carriage is available for weddings, parties, music video shoots, movies and any other activity.

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