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Coding: Nigerian kids build robots to help with household chores (VIDEO)

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Victor Ogunyinka

Days, where kids want to be doctors, lawyers, engineers, seem to be phasing out as these Nigerian kids, Fathia & Oluwatobiloba built robots that can help you fold your clothes and reposition objects.

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Oluwatobiloba Owolola (L) and Fathia Abdullahi

Yes, Oluwatobiloba Owolola and Fathia Abdullahi, both 12 years of age, identified that cloth folding could be tiring and decided to have a machine do the job.

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Owolola, who started coding at age 10, said he found Lego robotics interesting and gave it a go. Abdullahi started coding at age 11, said cloth folding is a big deal in her home as there is always too much to fold after washing. She found a lifetime solution for family and indeed, the rest of the world.

Owolola said he would want to be a robotic engineer when he is of age and Abdullahi has her sight on being a food scientist.

For these brilliant minds, looks like the future is now.

The BBC shared a video of the creative geniuses on their African Twitter page

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