- A creative young boy has made an electronic car that is able to function without getting touched directly
- The boy who comes from Obuasi in the Ashanti Region demonstrated how the tiny vehicle operates in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh
- The car had a wire that connected it to a small board the boy used as a 'remote control'
A talented young boy from Obuasi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana has been able to make a toy car that is electronic with straw, fruit juice box and some simple electrical items.
In a video that was made public by Factsandtruths_official, it is indicated that the young boy's video was recorded by Elsina Darko, a lady who was amazed by the boy's ingenuity and decided to record it.
The toy car visibly had a wire that connected it to a small board the talented boy used as a remote control to move the tiny vehicle around.
Watch the video below:
To ensure that the car was actually functioning according to the boy's control, Elsina gave him different instructions on the direction in which to move the car, and interestingly, he did so with no stress.
Further checks made by Briefly.co.za from Elsina Darko reveal that the boy stays at Obuasi-new Estate, attends the Church of Pentecost and schools at Obuasi Presbyterian Primary.
Meanwhile, Kwadwo Safo Kantanka Jr, the CEO of Kantanka Group of Companies, has released a close-range video of the newly-made Kantanka Akofena that was invented in Ghana.
In the post sighted by Briefly.co.za on his personal Twitter page, Kwadwo Safo for the first time showed both internal and external features of the car that has been trending on social media in Ghana for some time.
As Briefly.co.za previously reported, the car was manufactured by Kelvin Odartey, an 18-year-old junior high school (JHS) graduate who produced the brand with scraps and other materials.
In other news, a social media user, who was simply identified as Nzwobi H, shared an inspiring story with South Africans about a young man's creativity.
Nzwobi revealed the young man, who he did not name, designed and built his own car from scratch.
He posted several photos of the homemade car on Twitter, calling on Mzansi to help make the young man famous.
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