Mr. Ibrahim Mahama on Tuesday, September 27, invited Master Solomon Atimbiri, who hails from the Upper East Region but is currently a resident in Kumasi, for a mentorship session and exhibition of his invention works. The young inventor's potential came to Mr. Ibrahim Mahama's attention after a video of his creations went viral on social media last weekend. The young inventor has been able to build a moving excavator and other trucks by using available local materials.
Young Solomon Atimbiri caught Mr. Ibrahim Mahama's attention, and he decided to mentor him by providing the assistance he needed to fulfill his desire. He is a member of a group of indigenous and foreign engineers. Until he graduates from high school, he will receive practical training anytime there is a break in classes. After graduating from college, he will rejoin Engineers & Planners Limited permanently and collaborate with a group of experienced engineers. Some of the present engineers employed by Mr. Ibrahim Mahama's company were also identified as having potential and nurtured into the qualified engineers they are today.
The ideal environment and support will be provided to Solomon Atimbiri so that he can succeed as a professional engineer and innovator.
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