See What this Genius Aba Boy Constructed yet He has Dropped out of School (Photos)

See What this Genius Aba Boy Constructed yet He has Dropped out of School (Photos)

As posted on Nairaland by NatureBoy91:

When I went to Aba recently, I was surprised to see the Creativity of this Sixteen years old boy whose name is Uchenna Sunday. This talented boy is good at constructing prototype houses like bungalows, duplex and its kind.

He also repair electrical faults for people nearby, knows electrical terms, lays conduit and surface cables, build MPs for his mates. He also helps his mum on her farmland to raise money for his fees, but has dropped school due to financial issues.

He constructs building plans, prototype houses and sell to people at the rate of 1500 naira. I kept wondering how many persons of this/his age would be as talented and creative like this little boy?
See photos below:

 

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UPDATE:

The 16-year-old boy in Aba(Abia State) named ” Uchenna Okwu Sunday,” whom I told you I saw his creativity in Aba previously; has constructed a prototype lamp for people living around who are Traders.

The story I heard is that him(Uchenna), have been repairing electrical fault in people’s houses and teaches his mates which has made him more popular in his area. Recently, a man-trader came to him and asked him to help construct a lamp which will produce light while he sells at evening due to power failure in such area.

I was surprised to hear that in less than 24 hours, Uchenna has constructed this prototype lamp and gave to the man-trader. In addition, when other Traders saw it, they were amazed and they demanded he constructs for them too at which he sells #200 each.

When I interviewed him on how he constructed the lamp, I learnt he used a rubber type of plate, four pieces of wires, batteries, a plain wood, a burnt electric bulb that he inserted a torch bulb inside. This boy you see is a school-drop-out in his SS3 due to financial issues.
See photo of the Prototype Lamp below: