Isah Barde, a secondary school graduate in the state of Kano who is 17 years old, has accomplished a major feat after building a 'robot' from scraps. The components of his 'robot' include cartons, pipes, an LED, a motor, and aluminum, among other things.

Despite the fact that Isah's lack of funds prevents him from attending college, he has every intention of becoming an expert in artificial intelligence and robotics.

In spite of the fact that he was only a teenager at the time, the young man has been working on the creation of a robot for the past three years. He has described this endeavor as one of his life goals.

He manipulates his hands in order to control the robot.

Isah explained to Trust TV that the materials used to construct this robot include motors, cardboards, LEDs, copper wires, aluminum, pipes, tyres, and wood.

"They are things I got from people and one market called Jakara where you can buy things like a hair dryer that has been destroyed and use its motors," he added. Jakara is a place in which you can buy things like a hair dryer that has been destroyed and use its motors.

Isah's father, Auwal Barde, is delighted to have a future "robotic engineer" in the family, but he is unable to provide the resources necessary to assist his son in realizing his aspirational goals.

"I am not in a position to be able to support him, but I will be pleased to hear that he is receiving support elsewhere, whether it be from the government or from individuals. "I raise chickens and turkeys," he explained.

It was discovered that Isah first displayed an interest in engineering when he was 8 years old, and ever since then, he has been dedicated to improving his abilities in this field.

I never let him down when he is about to give up, because I believe that one day he will amount to something. Isah's brother, Muhammad, shared the following information: "In the future, we do not know what he might create that will help our country in general."

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