Muhammad Kaumi Bashir, an 11-year-old Nigerian boy, invented a fuel-powered mini-power generator.
Muhammad, from Bornu State in Northern Nigeria, was said to be a first-year high school student. As a very curious and brilliant young boy, he decided to build the mini-generator in order to pursue his dream of becoming an Electrical Engineer.
His invention could power light bulbs and was expandable. Bashir’s mother, Mallama Yakaka Kaumi, claims that her son began displaying his creative talent in electronic and mechanical fabrications at the age of five.
“His entire life has been dedicated to inventing and repairing electronic appliances,” she told PRNigeria.
She went on to say that her son wakes up every day and tells her that he wants to be a world-renowned electrical engineer.
“He is very interested in establishing a large electrical engineering firm and then using it to solve the country’s power crisis,” Muhammad’s mother said.
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