This is Kelvin Doe.
Kelvin is a 20-year-old engineer and inventor from Sierra Leon.
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The 20-year-old started his innovations at the age of 13 with no formal education.
Kelvin built batteries from scraps as a solution to a no-electricity problem in his community.
He further improved it to build a generator and a radio transmitter to start his own radio station.
Kelvin Doe was the youngest person to be invited to the ‘Visiting Practitioner’s Program’ at MIT in 2012.
#tbt When Dj Focus was channeling his frequency modulation antenna #MIT lab.
The 20-year-old has won a number of awards since and made it on Forbes 30 under 20 list as one of Africa’s most promising entrepreneurs and also met with world leaders including Ghana’s president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
Kelvin has his own enterprise called KDoe-Tech Inc to empower young Africans.
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