- A young boy seems set to change the whole face of fintech as he made a machine he labelled an ATM
- Looking more like a cash-sprayer, the boy demonstrated how it works for people with new banknotes
- The boy's creativity if well nurtured could birth an innovator and a creative machine fabricator in the future
Africa is filled with amazing talents. There have been instances where young people have demonstrated unmatchable skills like a man who used pencils to create an amazing 3D drawing.
The video of a young boy has added to the repositories of Africans whose works have found visibility online.
In the clip, the young boy showcased the contraption he made with cartons. When asked what it is, the boy said it an Automatic Teller Machine (ATM).
He demonstrated how it works as new naira notes dashed out of a hole to the floor. On one hand, he held what looks like the battery that powered the machine.
His creation became known months after another kid did something similar but with a different body design that mimics the real ATM.
Watch the video below:
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a 14-year-old boy, Praise Kelechi, showed off his improvisational skill of using cartons to create robots and other superhero costumes.
In an interview with BBC, the boy, while, displaying the Iron Man suit replica he made, said he was working on it before the lockdown but had more time to perfect it as school was on a forced holiday.
He gave this piece of advice:
“I want to tell the world that no matter how rich or poor you may be, you can still be whatever you want to be and do whatever you want. It does not matter the resources available or not, you can just be who you are.”
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