How Borno School Drop out Built Electric Car 

A 100perdent  made-in-Nigeria electric  car has been manufactured by one Mustapha Gajibo,  said to be a Nigerian University Drop-out.

Mustapha Gajibo was born with no silver spoon, but his determination and long-held dream to change his immediate environment and the world paid off through the breakthrough he made in turning the gasoline-powered vehicle into a completely electric vehicle.

He was born in Sokoto state, though hails from Dikwa Local Government Area of Borno State.

He had to apply for a change of course. Despite the stress, he was offered Mechanical Engineering instead of Electrical Engineering which he accepted.

But as fate would have it, he abandoned his undergraduate studies which would have earned him a degree in mechanical engineering.

He didn’t join banditry or Boko Haram which is prevalent among the youth in the Northern part, the energetic young man pursued his dream in renewable energy and technical creativity.

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