- African youths are not lazy, and a baker identified as Prince Obua has further proven it
- The young man is making the country proud with his baking skill which has earned him international recognition
- Obua bakes cake in form of aeroplane, house, generator, phone, among other things
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A young man identified as Prince Obua is one of the youths in the country who are embracing hard work and carving a niche for themselves.
Obua is a baker with great baking skill and whose works have earned him both local and international recognition.
Obua took to Facebook to share a screenshot of a conversation he had with a man from Uganda.
The young man is not relenting in creating beautiful objects using flour as he recently recreated Nollywood actor Zubby Michael's house.
He shared the pictures on Facebook and Nigerians have flooded the comment section of his post to commend him for the beautiful cake.
See his post below:
Below are some of the reactions to the house cake:
Esohe Agbonavbare wrote:
"Awwwn..Our celebrity baker.This is lovely.May God bless the work of your hands."
Faith Uwajie wrote:
"You are a genius...... I pray for more insight and creativity. Kudus."
It should be noted that Obua has also designed cake in form of aeroplane and generator. He designed an aeroplane cake for Air Peace while he made a generator cake for Sumec Generator.
Below are the pictures:
In other news, Kensmith Rechiel is a Nigerian wonderkid from a humble background that has built a motorbike, single seater aircraft, a two-seater sea boat and some remote-controlled cars before he turned 18.
Born to the family of Rechiel in Umuebo Umuezeala Owerre of Ehime Mbano LGA in Imo state, the 6th child of a family of 10 explored his creative abilities and talents at the age of 7.
And at the turn of 16, he had built an RC scale airplane that flies which he called "Donko King".
His talents and inventions came into light when a video of him riding his locally-made motorbike hit the internet.
Kensmith, who just completed his secondary school education, lamented how lack of funds and financial wherewithal has hampered his desires of creating robots and further consolidating on his invention as his father is without work while the family lives off his mother's bean cakes business.
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