Home » 15-year-old JHS pupil invents makeshift ferry
Business Video News

15-year-old JHS pupil invents makeshift ferry

A 15-year-old Junior High School (JHS) pupil has invented a makeshift ferry and has experimented it on the Volta Lake.

Young, talented and adventurous are best descriptions for budding engineers in the making who defy odds to build robots outside the normal classroom theories.

Norsi Mawunyefia said he first conceived the idea, transferred it into drawing and was inspired by his teacher Kpodo Gilbert to make it a reality.

They later tested the ‘ferry’ on the Volta Lake and it worked.

Seeking for science resource laboratory for his school, Mawunyefia tells JoyBusiness he could do more to become an engineer in future.

He had the opportunity to join the National Society of Black Engineers at the Accra Technical University to exhibit his model ferry.


Related posts

Your Authentic News Portal

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy