Frank Adu is a senior high school student currently in form 2 at Konongo-Odumase,he built a helicopter to honour the president.He stated that he built it to honour Akufo-addo for the free SHS policy.
The 17 year-old built a mini helicopter out of scrap material and designed it with the new patriotic party (NPP) logo - red,white and blue. He also wrote free SHS and "4More4Nana" on the windscreen and side of the helicopter.
This boy from Konongo-Odumase in the Asante Akim district attended the Konongo presbyterian primary and junior high school.This boy's education was a challenge to his parents but he never give up,he even disclosed that he nearly discontinued his education due to financial issues,but for the intervention of the free SHS introduced by Akufo-addo he was able to continue and further his education.
Adu stated in a viral clip on social media that he still needs some support to acquire a power plant,a tail motor and a wireless remote control to make the helicopter work.
Here is the video;
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