Imagine not having to bring your car keys anymore because all you needed was an app. Genius right? That’s what we thought!
Taking to Twitter, @thefaizamini shared that students at his college had successfully invented a way to start their motorcycle through the use of an app and card system.
Kolej kau bukak pintu guna kad? Kolej aku start motor guna app dan kad gais. 2 way function gaiss. Kasi viral gaiss pic.twitter.com/xhtYno0sNF
— Wadeehe (@thefaizamini) July 26, 2019
Not only is the method genius, the innovation even captured the attention of Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman.
Retweeting the video, @SyedSaddiq writes, “If a video of kids pressing pastries at Family Mart can go viral, why not a video students showing off their innovation? Positive videos like this should go viral instead of videos exhibiting wrongdoings.”
The viral tweet saw netizens voicing their support and urged the minister to help them and other innovative individuals excel.
Creativity and passion amongst the Malaysian youth should be further cultivated and their bright ideas ought to be rewarded.
We sincerely hope that more or the nation’s kids will be motivated to flex their creative juices.
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