Meet African 15-year-old boy who makes and repairs things (photos)

Meet African 15-year-old boy who makes and repairs things (photos)

Africa is often regarded as the one of the place where raw talent could be found because of the type of people found within the continent.

This is the place where talented individuals are not limited by their educational qualification as there are many uneducated folks producing remarkable works of art despite not having the opportunity to learn within the walls of a classroom.

Meet African boy who make and repairs things (photos)

Nazma Walker, the 15-year-old African boy with gifted hands.

Nazma Walker, a 15-year-old boy from Ghana has shared his story with NAIJ.com. The young chap has ‘gifted hands’ that can make and repair things. He believes that is his gifted job.

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Unlike many youngsters who rely on their parents and guardians to lead them, Walker already knows what he wants to be in future.

Meet African boy who make and repairs things (photos)

One of the inventions of the young boy.

The dream of the 15-year-old African boy is to become an engineer. Like some lucky teenagers, Walker does not have to waste his time trying to figure out what to do with his time while growing up as his talent can fetch him good fortune if properly harnessed.

NAIJ.com gathered that the young boy who lives in Ghana spends an appreciable period of time working on his projects. Like most talented and creative persons in the society, Walker considers everything useful.

The word 'waste' does not count as he is always looking for ways of creating remarkable brilliant inventions from objects often ignored by people.

Meet African boy who make and repairs things (photos)

One of Walker's brilliant invention.

"I make and repair things, but I know that I can be an engineer. It's my gifted job. I spent a week on it.

Walker creates objects that range from flashlights, small size cars and other things that amuse him. He uses voltic box, flashlights, chargeable batteries and wires to create some of his brilliant pieces.

Meet African boy who make and repairs things (photos)

Some of the objects the talented young boy uses for his project.

Walker who studies at Abiriw Presby JHS school at Abiriw-Akuapem (eastern region) also told NAIJ.com that he spends all he has on the projects. The talented boy stated that he is not from a rich background and would appreciate it if he got sponsors so he would be able to put his talent to good use.

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The world would be a better place if all the talented people in the society are given a chance. This way, they would be able to contribute to the growth and development of the society. Walker is one engineer you should watch out for in the nearest future.

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Source: Gossip.naija.ng

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