In Ghana, a lot of people have the talent to develop a lot of products which can in tend help boost the economy of the country but the support which these people need to manufacture these products are not coming. It may be that a student may know how to develop a technological product to help the country as it was seen during the Coronavirus outbreak.
A student from Osino popularly known as Osec has made himself a car which he drives to school during their just ended West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). From the viral pictures going round the social media spotted this young man driving the car while his friends were also happy to see him.
Well this young man if given the opportunity can manufacture these cars which will in tend help to boost the economy of the country. But through you the young man can get support. Please share till it reach out to many people in the country and beyond. Please don't forget to share with us your view using the comment section below.
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