Meet Innovative African Teen Who Builds Functional Planes and Drones From Just Local Materials (Videos)

Meet Innovative African Teen Who Builds Functional Planes and Drones From Just Local Materials (Videos)

Innovative teenager, who is known for building planes and drones and controlling them with remote controls has gained recognition through his online videos. Not only did he pique the interest of Government officials and Organisations he has won scholarship offers to further pursue his dreams.

Vidiol Tsague, an 18-year-old Black teen from Cameroon, has been gaining attention for his videos that show him flying planes and drones that he builds using only local materials. For nearly 8 years, he has been working on designing and creating an airplane prototype. He collects cardboard, cartons, wires, and other local materials that he can use in making it.

In most videos that he posts on his TikTok account, he can be seen flying drones and planes that are about 2 meters long along the streets. He uses a remote control to pilot the plane and make it fly a few feet away and then back again to a safe landing.

His videos are now viral, with some having millions of views. Vidiol, who had to drop out of secondary school 3 years ago due to the armed conflict between two regions in the country, said he wishes to study engineering and learn how to make real airplanes that humans ride to fly long distances.

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With his exceptional skills, he has won the hearts of many, including organizations and government officials that showed interest in him. Recently, he received scholarship offers and support to continue his studies and pursue his dream of becoming an engineer.

Watch some of his videos below:

@vidiol64♬ Original Sound – Unknown

@vidiol64♬ Cameroon Anthem (O Cameroun, Berceau de Nos Ancetres) – National Anthems Orchestra

@vidiol64♬ EA7唯美纯电 – 爱恒恒

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