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This Nigerian 10-Year-Old Boy Won A Tech Contest With A Design For Plastic Roads

A 10-year-old boy from Nigeria won a tech contest after presenting a prototype for plastic roads. His goal is preventing potholes, improving the lifespan of roads and reusing plastic waste for a cleaner environment.

This Nigerian 10-Year-Old Boy Won A Tech Contest With A Design For Plastic Roads
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