Sierra Leonean Inventor and one of Africa’s most successful young technology entrepreneurs, Kelvin Doe has amazed many Sierra Leonean youths as he continues to make remarkable trends and gain wide prominence across Africa and the globe.

Kelvin Doe Sarkodie And Kofi Amoabeng

Kelvin a self taught engineer with no formal training , is the youngest person in history to be invited to the “Visiting Practitioner’s Program” at MIT, according to CNN.

The young lad who is currently on an Innovation Catalyst Tour in Ghana with his team members has in space of days, weeks met with prominent Africans like Football legend, Abedi Pele; CEO of EIB Network, Bola Ray; including technology  students of Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology, University of Ghana, Webster University Ghana, among others.

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He also featured on many radio and TV interviews with popular media stations like Joy FM, Live FM, Young FM and GHOneTv. His visit to the  west African country was further crowned with meetings with Ghana’s most popular Rapper, Sarkodie and a prominent Business man, Kofi Amoabeng who also doubles as the founder of UT Bank. This move has impressed any Sierra Leonean youths who have commended him for his success, describing him as a motivation for other Youths.

One of the youths, Spider Man Bill, wrote: “A young boy who used to gather thrash from dust bins to make his own radio is the same person who is sitting and discussing big projects to make the world a better place today.
Our Salone brother Kelvin Doe currently in Ghana working with the likes of Sarkodie,Abedi Pele etc etc..
He is one big testimony for every young generation in Sierra Leone not to give up easily but keep pushing hard.
Let’s your innovation comes to reality, don’t let it die bcs they call you all sort of odd names just to kill it.”

Another youth, Mohamed Alim Conteh described Kelvin Doe’s achievements as a motivation for him to work harder and impact better into his community and the world at large.