Young boy builds 'power plant', invites people to charge their phones

Young boy builds 'power plant', invites people to charge their phones

- A young boy from Nigeria identified as Solomon Ukoha has been commended for building a power plant

- After building the power plant, Ukoha invited people in his community to charge their phones and other gadgets

- Nigeria is home to a lot of talented young kids, and Ukoha happens to be one of these kids

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A young boy identified as Solomon Ukoha has built a power plant where people in his community can charge their phones and other gadgets.

The video of the power plant was shared by an entrepreneur identified as Ndubuisi Ekekwe, who said the boy allowed people in his community to make use of the power plant after building it.

Ukoha, who hails from Abia state, has joined other young creative Nigerians in proving that talents abound in every nook and cranny of the country.

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Young Nigerian boy builds power plant, invites people to charge their phones
Solomon Ukoha built a power plant and invited people to charge their phones and other gadgets. Photo credit: Ndubuisi Ekekwe/LinkedIn
Source: UGC

Sharing the video on his LinkedIn page, Professor Ekekwe wrote:

"That is Genco (for generating electricity), transco (for transmission of electricity) and disco (for distributing electricity). The young man built the power plant, created the transmission lines and opened it for people to come and charge their phones, etc. Like I tell people, there is nothing new in Nigeria. The news now is that in the Southeast Nigeria, people are creating alternate frequencies and government in the 2021 budget will spend close to N700 million to track those frequencies.
"I am looking for a leader who can help harness the immense talent of young people in Nigeria. I tasted this many years ago in FUTO when my Vice Chancellor summoned me that the campus radio station we had designed to serve the university community had been banned by Sani Abacha, and that it must be stopped. We complied!
"Look at this video...and tell me why General Electric (GE) would not wish this boy was born in America!"

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In other related news, reported that a 19-year-old boy from Imo state built a unique motorbike that looked like a helicopter and he got people talking on social media.

The teenager identified as Kenneth Akobundu rode his snazzy motorbike around as a group of people watched in utter admiration.

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