This is amazing, a boy of about 11-years of age builds what is considered to be an ATM machine, with pieces of paper boxes.
This little guy, from Nigeria, assembled pieces of paper boxes together to build an ATM machine. The amazing thing is the whole thing is being powered by a dry cell or a battery (microphone battery type). There is a spot where he fixes the battery then the machine will start operating.
follow link to watch video>>>>>>https://twitter.com/yes_pala/status/1327533055544799232?s=21
A certain man who got stunned by the young genius’s invention too to social media to promote this talent, maybe through that, this little guy will end up with sponsors who will train him to do much bigger inventions in the days to come.
However, social media users who came across the post seem to have problem with the country in which this 11-year old genius is rising from. According to their comments “he got the talent in the wrong country” , because there are people in the country who could easily sponsor and enhance this little guy but they won’t do it.
see reactions below >>>>>>>
Now with such talent at this tender age, it’s either he grows up well trained and equipped to explore and do greater inventions, or be ignored and later be a thief who will use his talent to fraud and hack ATM machine.
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