Paul Akwabi has built an innovation hub on passion and drive to change the world and transfer knowledge to young people through the use of technology.
He is the brain child behind Tech Kidz Africa, a Mombasa-based startup incubated at Swahilipot hub. Tech Kidz Africa nurtures children through technology in software development, robotics, graphic design and character development.
Having won numerous awards and recognition in the world technology, Mr Akwabi, 27, has now ventured into nurturing children to become innovators and solve problems affecting humanity.
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A Mombasa teenager has stunned many with an innovation he hopes will solve the technology hitches that marred the recently held general elections.
Fourteen year-old Ahmed Lukman has developed a Voting App, which if successful, will enable Kenyans vote from wherever they are.
The application uses fingerprint recognition and identification number to identify prospective voters. It gives real-time tallying of results for every candidate.
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