Ghanaian junior high school student shocks social media users with a flying plane made of insecticide can tin.
According to Atta Gad, his dream is to become a pilot one day and flies huge planes. Obviously the jhs one kid has started chasing his dream at every tender age.
In a video sighted online today sees the young jhs boy controlling the can tin plane which moved on ground for a while and later flew a bit up just like the plane flying process.
Taking a close look at the ‘can tin plane’, it’s movement is being supported by a capacitor which supplies power to the machine. Quickly take a sneak peak at the pictures and video of the plane below.
A huge creativity from a Ghanaian jhs one student and it is being appreciated by all social media users. With a little push and hard work Atta Gad can achieve his dream of being a pilot one day.
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