Meet the talented kid who builds cool stuff with plastic scraps

Meet the talented kid who builds cool stuff with plastic scraps

- A little boy has been attracting attention for his skill of making things with scraps of metal

- The boy, identified as Ekhator Lucky, is a primary school pupil based in Nigeria

- Lucky made a realistic-looking generator and blender using scraps from plastic

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Africa is full of talented individuals who shine no matter the situation they find themselves in. Because talent is a skill that has to be developed through practice, we enjoy taking time to create awareness of young people with great skills.

A primary school pupil identified as Ekhator Lucky is one of those Africans with skills. The little boy was celebrated for his skill of making things with scraps of plastic.

We came across Lucky's story after a reader identified as Hope Harrison shared photos of the generator and blender built by the boy. The boy builds the items using scraps he collected.

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The talented boy is Ekhator Lucky, a primary 6 pupil Source: Hope Harrison
Source: Facebook

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Young boy creates 'generator' and 'blender' from plastic scraps Source: Hope Harrison
Source: Facebook

The impressed social media user also sent photos of other things that were created by Lucky and it looks adorable, to be honest.

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Lucky has also created other things Source: Hope Harrison
Source: Facebook

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za had earlier reported that an African boy, Justice Idekuku, was celebrated for his skill of making architectural designs. The 18-year-old SS2 student makes cute designs with paper and paints them with poster colour.

This just proves once again that talent and creativity flow abundantly through the African continent!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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