13-year-old Nigerian boy gets scholarship to study Civil Engineering abroad after constructing Borno flyover bridge replica with clay soil

A clever kid identified as Musa Sanni has made headlines as he used clay soil to construct a copy of a flyover bridge in Borno, North-East, Nigeria.

According to the post shared by a Nigerian man identified as Ovie, he disclosed that the scholarship comes with a job offer for Musa’s father from the sponsors.

Additionally, the sponsors committed to donate N1 million to his mother’s company and support his siblings’ education.

He wrote:

“Ronchess Global Resources will employ Musa Sani’s father also and give the mother N1m to start a business while getting the family a new apartment. The boy’s siblings will all be put through school by the firm, and Musa will be given a university scholarship to the USA.”

Following this, the state Governor, Professor Babagana Umara Zulum awarded Musa a N5 million scholarship to sponsor his secondary school education.

This is amazing…

Congratulations to him

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