Inspiring Teenager from Sierra Leone turns trash into technology

From| Wed Dec 5 2012, 03:00:37

Meet Kelvin Doe, an inspiring 15 year old from Sierra Leone who repurposes rubbish to create his own electronic gadgets.

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