- Chinemeogo Asogwa is a 15-year-old boy whose creativity has cemented the fact that African kids are geniuses
- The teenager built a model of the St Theresa Cathedral in Nsukka, Nigeria
- Chinemeogo used scraps in building the prototype of the cathedral, which will be officially commissioned on Thursday, November 19
A 15-year-old Nigerian boy identified as Chinemeogo Asogwa showed his creativity when he constructed a prototype of St Theresa Cathedral in Nigeria.
Chinemeogo, who constructed the prototype with scraps, has shown that age is not an impediment to what people can achieve.
According to CoalCityConnect on Twitter, the cathedral will be officially commissioned on Thursday, November 19.
In recent times, teenagers in the country have been showcasing their talents and proving to the world that Nigeria is home to a lot of creative minds. If well mentored, Chinemeogo and others like him will make the country proud in the area of architecture.
Just like Chinemeogo, Uge Chinedu is also 15 years, and he also designed a building prototype some months ago. Chinedu is from Ebonyi state and attends Government Technical College, Utuh, Anambra state.
The new building prototype the creative boy designed was completed within one week.
Ngobeni revealed that the level of creativity in the country is something that inspires him. He posted photos and footage on the #ImStaying group and captioned it:
"I'm staying because there is so much creativity in this country."
The images showed a man with his home-made vehicle, a bakkie made from scrap materials, second-hand tyres and other spare parts he got his hands on.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that a British DJ based in Dubai splashed over R4 million at a club. DJ Charlie Sloth went out with his friends to a fine spot in the expensive city, had a couple of drinks, had some fun and woke up to find out that he blew through millions.
On Tuesday, November 17, the entertainer posted a long receipt that had his bill printed on it as he joked about how he planned to escape without paying.
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