Hope Emmanuel Frank: Teen who built excavator with wood and syringe

Hope Emmanuel Frank: Teen who built excavator with wood and syringe

- Hope Emmanuel Frank is one of the Nigerian talented Nigerian kid making the country proud with their creativity

- The 16-year-old boy from Akwa Ibom state wants to become one of the greatest inventors in the world

- Frank built an excavator with wood, syringe and drip set, and he hopes to build a payloader and a helicopter next

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A 16-year-old boy identified as Hope Emmanuel Frank is a talented Nigerian kid from Akwa Ibom state whose dream is to become one of the greatest inventors in the world.

The young boy was interviewed by BBC News Pidgin after building an excavator with wood, syringe and drip set.

Apart from the excavator, the young boy also built a tipper. Frank said it took him almost a year before he could make the excavator work, adding that the condemned laptop battery is his source of power for the tipper.

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Young boy builds escavator

Hope Emmanuel Frank built an excavator and a tipper. Photo credit: BBC News Pidgin
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The talented young boy could be seen in a video demonstrating how the excavator works.

He said people are always surprised when they see him on the street operating the excavator, adding that some of them give him money, which he uses to buy materials to build more machines.

Frank said the next machine he would be building is a payloader and a helicopter that could be flown with a wireless remote.

In other great Briefly.co.za news, Nhlanhla Nciza is one proud mommy after her son achieved a major goal. The songstress took to social media to gush that her boy, Nkule, is officially the owner of a barber shop.

Nkule her son, who is more popularly known as his stage name Ciza, seems to be committed to creating his own legacy but having well-known parents like Nhlanhla and TK Nciza obviously helps too.

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The 18-year-old is the owner of Legends Barbershop franchise in Rosebank. Taking to Instagram to celebrate the achievement, his doting mom posted:

"Big announcement: Family join me as I congratulating [sic] my son @ciza.sa whom you may know as an artist, and has now spread his wings to become a young black businessman as well. He is now a proud owner of a @legends_barber franchise in Rosebank.
"I am so proud of a young man he has become, so responsible, mature, smart and kind. I pray that God continues to protect you and guide you on your new journey as an entrepreneur."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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