Young Nigerian Crafters that Made a Car and Standing Fan
Talents abound in Nigeria, without any motivation, enabling platform from Government or financial aid from sponsors; young individuals have kept on making the country proud.
Every day in the social media, users share images of students/pupils/dropout crafting vehicles, electronics, creative and beautiful artworks and so on out of waste products.
Today, The Total Entrepreneurs is celebrating two out of the many crafters in Nigeria.
Here are the stories of Young Nigerian Crafters that designed and built a van and a standing fan that can last for 19 hours after a single charge using wire meshes and a battery.
Below are the works of Muzzamil Umar, the 21 year old final year secondary student from Kebbi State that now have two vehicles to his credit.
When asked how he came about the idea of building a car, he said in short “I built my first car to help me go to school”.
Umar did not stop there as he has now made a very beautifully crafted van with refrigerator, executive seats, television and side table.
Let us celebrate Muzzamil Umar.
The second lad we are celebrating today is Ukoma Michael. Michael is a young boy from Ideato North L.G.A. in Imo State residing in Aba with the parents. He designed and built a handmade fan with the use of wire meshes and powered with a battery.
The fan can last for 19 hours without electricty. He already has his fans packaged in cartons for sale.
Ukoma said “My vision is to have a company of my own that will specialize in producing fan and aircraft“.
Below are some pictures from Ukoma.