Aba-based boy builds power generating plant to substitute electricity provided by PHCN

Aba-based boy builds power generating plant to substitute electricity provided by PHCN

- An Aba-based boy recently built a power generating plant that provides electricity

- A video showing how the invented machine works has gone viral

- Many Nigerians have praised the boy for his genius invention

A young boy based in Aba, Nigeria, recently caught the attention of many Nigerians due to an ingenious invention he created.

The young boy single-handedly built a power generating plant that can provide electricity for people living in his community.

This power generating plant looked quite like the ones used by PHCN except for the fact that it is a smaller version. From what can be seen, the plant was built from scrap materials and junk metals.

Aba-based boy builds power generating plant to substitute electricity provided by PHCN

Aba-based boy builds power generating plant to substitute electricity provided by PHCN Source: Chalypage Media/Facebook
Source: UGC

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Many Nigerians were very excited and surprised by the mind-blowing invention of this Aba-based boy. A couple of them gathered around the power generating plant and stared at it in awe.

Even on social media, many Nigerians have praised the boy for creating such a timely machine. Some expressed the hope that it would be used to actively supply electricity to houses and businesses in the future.

Mitiu stated Nigeria needs to sponsor such initiatives

Aligweke added that there are so many things the African can do

Bossman also noted that Igbos are simply gifted

Morah Jr also noted that constant sharing of the boy's work could yield some positive benefits

Garnet wrote it is better to sponsor the project to help the inventor achieve his dreams

Alexander also said people naturally pay more attention to pastors instead of inventions like this

Otoo called on the government to help him generate electricity for global use

Peter noted that PHED could still disconnect light there

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The three apartment blocks will be situated in a new capital being built to the east of Cairo, Egypt's capital.

This is not the first time he has tried to execute such a project as his signature blocks are adorned with beautiful foliage in Italy’s city of Milan.

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