Teenage student builds mini pressure-powered evacuator in Enugu
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Teenage student builds mini pressure-powered evacuator in Enugu

Mfonobong Akpan

A teenage student of Government Technical College in Enugu has reportedly constructed a mini pressure-powered evacuator so he could get some money to sustain himself in school.

According to Henry Nnalue, who posted his encounter with the boy on radar.techcabal.com: “So I met this little kid just beside shoprite gate in Enugu. He was displaying his craft and people were encouraging him by dropping some cash and a few words of advice. I spoke to him and he explained what inspired him and how he made the little machine. He is a student of Government Technical College Enugu and made the little machine for display so he could get some money to sustain himself in school.

“The machine is powered by the pressure from water flowing through the tubes and is controlled by the series of clinical syringes attached to the tubes to move the various parts of the machine.”

“I don’t have the boy’s contact but I believe he can be traced,” he wrote.

This is ingenious. The kind of talent that should be encouraged and supported.

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