Boy displays creativity as he builds ATM that dispenses cash

Boy displays creativity as he builds ATM that dispenses cash

- A little boy has built an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) that dispenses cash

- The little boy could be seen showing onlookers how the ATM works in a video that emerged on social media

- This is coming after another indigene went viral when he built a motorbike that looks like a helicopter

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A little boy has displayed his creativity by building an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) that dispenses cash.

In a video that has gone viral on social media, the boy, who hails from Imo state, showed onlookers how the ATM dispenses cash.

The boy could be seeing inserting something that looks like an ATM card into the machine and onlookers were stunned as the machine dispensed cash.

Nigerian boy builds ATM

In a video that emerged on social media, the little boy could be seen showing onlookers how the ATM works. Photo credit: @wazobiagossip/Twitter
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It is still unclear what he used in ‘manufacturing’ the handmade Automated Teller Machine but one thing noticeable about his craft is the fact that it shares several similarities with an actual ATM – It has lights, uses an ATM card and also dispenses cash when some buttons are pressed.

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As at the time of filing this report, details of the boy are still scanty. An update will be made to that effect as soon as his details emerge.

In recent times, teenagers have been showcasing their talents and it further proves that the country is blessed with a lot of creative people.

Another boy from Imo state made headlines after building a motorbike that looks like a helicopter.

The 19-year-old boy identified as Kenneth Akobundu rode his motorbike around as a group of people watched in admiration.

The video of the invention was posted on LinkedIn by Ndubuisi Ekekwe and many have shared their thoughts on the motorbike.

OPB Opia noted that the young boy sacrificed a lot of resources to build the motorbike, adding that people would assist him in proceeding to the next stage if they were aware.

He wrote: "If people can imagine what personal resources of his got him to this stage, they will rather put up links to resources that will help him proceed to the next stage. Innovators are driven by imaginations...."

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Engr Babatunde Segun wrote: "This is one of the people government must train and develop their technological ideas to develop our nations productivity ideas. Where is Ministry of Science and Technology? Not all Nigerian youth are lazy, please encourage home grown ideas and invention. Let the boy be trained to work with Defence and Security institutions in producing locally our own goods."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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