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Nigerian Boy From Refugee Camp Builds Aeroplane, Car Replica

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A 15-year-old talented Nigerian boy identified as Sadiq Mala has wowed many social media users with his ability to build replicas machines at IDP Camp.

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The photos of the talented boy’s works were shared on LinkedIn by STEM Club Project Africa which shows the boy displaying car, tricycle, and Aeroplane he fabricated with local materials. Sharing the impressive photos, STEM Club Project Africa wrote: “Africa due to its unique population situation has the immense potential for transforming its own and the world economy through integrating STEM Education in our curriculums . There are very talented kids ranging from our primaries up to the higher institutions level with unique talents and potentials of reshaping the future of #Africa .  “However, investing in them is what we lack. This is what a JSS 1 Student can make . “Meet Sadiq Mala, A 15 year old IDP from yau village, Abadam Local Government fabricated a prototype Solar powered tricycle (Keke Napep), A Replica of Taxi Car, military helicopter, military motorcycle, a mini gas cooker and an Aeroplane.

Sadiq was born into a less priveledged family living  at one of the resettled houses at Auno Community.  “He is a JSS 1 student at a Government School in MOGCOLIS.. “Through this project we will continue to identify and engage with students that has unique talents for sponsorships.

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