- A Gombe state university (GSU) student identified as @Ayyub99 on Twitter has made a great invention
- The young man, said to be in the geology department of GSU built and invented a turbine machine which can generate electricity
- According to the inventor, the machine runs on water, making it economically friendly
A Gombe state university (GSU) student identified as @Ayyub99 on Twitter has joined the league of extraordinary students after building and inventing a turbine engine which generates electricity.
Photos of the talented young man said to be the in the geology department of GSU were shared on Twitter through the school's social media page, identifying him as a super talented student, who against all odds has created something worth accolades.
Ayyub99 made a public presentation of his machine at the Climate Hub Northeast held recently in Gombe. The engine is said to run on water, making it economy friendly.
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Here are photos below:
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The proud young man who has appreciated people who are talking about his invention also shared a clip of him making a presentation of how the machine works.
Some social media users have advised that the government empower students like Ayyub99, who without any engineering certification have managed to create remarkable machines that can generate electricity.
It is no news that Nigeria suffers a huge deficit as far as electricity is concerned.s
In a related story, Emeka Nelson, a 26-year-old innovator invented a generator that runs on water only.
He created the remarkable invention despite not being a certified engineer. In fact, the inventor only graduated from secondary school.
The machine which is, more or less, a breakthrough innovation has attracted the attention of many.
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