A student from Agorgbe D/A Basic School in the South Tongu District of the Volta region has made a remote control car using laser remote as a control.
In a video forwarded to the front desk of Coverghana.com.gh saw Gakpe Kingsley, a Junior High School two (2) student from Agorgbe D/A Basic School operating a box car he manufactures with laser remote control.
Coverghana.com.gh can report that, the student manufactured this remote car at home and later brought it to school to show his class teacher, Mr. Agama James Worlali of what he did.
Gakpe Kingsley manufactured or molded the laser remote car using mobile phone battery, wires, switch and carton.
It will interest you to know that, the student operated the car using the remote control in the presence of his school mates and teachers as a way of displaying his talents.
The student explained that, he wants to become a renowned Engineer in Ghana to help solve some key problems confronting the country.
The 16 years old student likes operating on machine parts since his childhood till date.
His teacher, Agama James Worlali explained that, Gakpe Kingsley likes creation and working on machines.
He said, he is a very creative and skillful students who is always ready to invent new things.
Gakpe Kingsley, whose parents are mainly farmers wants support from any benevolent, philanthropist to achieve his future goal.
He also appealled to government and stakeholders to support him to become a renowned Engineer in Ghana and across the globe.
The headteacher of Agorgbe D/A Basic School in the Kpotome circuit of the South Tongu Education Directorate Mr. Emmanuel Avorkpo congratulates the student for placing himself one step ahead of his future dream and encouraged him to do more.
Watch the video of Gakpe Kingsley operating his laser remote car.