"I don't want to kill my dream" Master Asumah to Ghanians.

Master Enoch Asumah a form one student of Kpando Technical Institute where he has been offered a course of Moto Vehicle Engineering (MVE)  asked Ghanians to come to his aid to push his hand craft gifted talent. "I have made power bank, Rocket Launcher, Shockers among other things of my own" he claimed.

"I started this when I was aged six and was then in class two"

The funny thing is that, the former Angels Academy pupil made those tools he said out of waste materials and not that he repairs them.

"This is my third air craft that am yet to launch" he said. Speaking on how the lockdown has made studies slow for most of the students in Ghana, he said it has never kill his dream as an engineer but has rather made him focus on what he has to do in life " I use to go out and get my materials for my projects whenever the needs comes so the lockdown of schools has never affected me in any way, though is hard to get some of the materials from the waste that I collect and have to use money but the money is now my challenge" due to this he asked all Ghanaians both near and far to come on his aide to build more product "I am done with the aircraft as well as the controller" and is looking forward to launch it.

"Apostle Dr. Kwadwo Sarfo is my dream model and I prayed to be better than him one day" he said.

The government of Ghana is trying hard to creat job for the youth and in Enoch case he has two apprentice who are under training of building such devices one of whom is in class 5 whiles the other is in JHS 1 all in Sarpeiman in the GA West Municipality.

" I need support from the Government and all who can come to my aid to produce more devices and also trained more children of my age" he said.

He therefore thanked Kings TV Greater Accra correspondent, Kwabena Gyamfi for such opportunity given to him to let his works out to Ghanaians " many are my age mates who can also do more of what am doing but their works are kept indoors, how will it been seen" he asked.

"My mother was my sort of motivation, I lost my mum few weeks into SHS, but life must continue" he add.

Enoch contact: 055 273 2187

Below are the pictures of the aircraft he is yet to launch.
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