A youthful innovator who just sat for the 2020 Fundamental Training Certificate Assessment (BECE) has outdoored a automobile he assembled himself by driving it to the centre he sat for his papers.
Kevin Kruchang, 18, made use of metal plates and wooden to reach his distinctive design.
In an job interview with JoyNews’, Fostina Safo the young creator discovered that he experienced his inspiration from an aero plane and ever considering that, he has never stopped generating items.
“As I observed the plane fly higher than my head, I read a voice expressing ‘You can do it so start out doing something’. So I started out developing modest airplanes but I didn’t get it to fly.
“So at a sure place, I made the decision to assemble a transferring car so that I can easily get sponsors,” he reported.
For Mr Kruchang, his creation journey has been a really complicated 1.
He said, “When I started off it [inventing], I was heading to exhibitions on behalf of my university, while we had been winning awards, I did not get the aid that I need to have to realise my desire so I resolved to do anything significant that will bring in another person to invest in me.”
Identified to realise his desire whilst he lacked capital, Mr Kruchang explained he used hours following university scavenging for scrap metals, to promote in get to buy some of the key resources of the auto he had assembled.
“I had to get the job done every working day just after college to get funds to finance this task. Anytime you see me, I will be filthy since I have been exploring for metals to sell and use the proceeds to get the supplies like the engine, pipes and iron rods I utilized,” he mentioned.
He is hopeful that 1 working day with the assistance he demands, he can assemble durable but very affordable automobiles that can be utilized by Ghanaians, particularly, professional motorists.
“The concept is not to be famed by assembling this auto but to aid industrial drivers because the gasoline consumption is incredibly lower,” he mentioned.
Commenting on the just finished papers, Mr Kruchang was optimistic that he will move with flying colours.