INNOVATION / BAMENDA : STUDENT TRANSFORMS BICYCLE INTO MOTORBIKE

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Emmanuel Wiysahnyuy, a secondary student in Bamenda, chief town of the North West region of Cameroon, builds motorbike out of bicycle. He creates sensation with his initiative but says help will be great for him to do more.

Cameroon’s North West Region has been plagued by conflict in recent years, but amidst the chaos, a young teenager named Emmanuel Wiysahnyuy has managed to carve out a unique niche for himself. At just 18 years old, Emmanuel has become a local sensation by building motorbikes using only local materials.

Emmanuel’s journey began when he faced personal transportation challenges in his community. Determined to find a solution, he decided to take matters into his own hands and build his own motorbike. Using his ingenuity and resourcefulness, he gathered materials from his surroundings and constructed his first bike.

One word that encapsulates Emmanuel’s story is inspiring. Despite the challenging circumstances surrounding him, he has managed to turn adversity into opportunity. His entrepreneurial spirit and dedication to his craft serve as an inspiration to other young people facing similar struggles.

Emmanuel’s story is a reminder that even in the midst of conflict, innovation and creativity can flourish. His motorbike not only provide a practical solution to transportation problems but also serve as a symbol of hope for a brighter future in the North West Region of Cameroon.

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