Ghana Standards Authority certifies solar automated handwashing machine

Ghana Standards Authority certifies solar automated handwashing machine

- Richard Kwarteng, a young Ghanaian from Kumasi who invented a hand-washing machine from metallic drums has received certification from the Ghana Standards Authority

- The certification was given to the young man in a presentation made by the Director-General of the GSA

- It is indicated that the certification shows that the product meets international standards and mass production can begin

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The Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) has granted a product certification for the solar-powered automated hand-washing machine invented by a Ghanaian to encourage safe hand-washing practices

A news report by Graphic.com.gh indicates that the certificate was presented to the young Ghanaian inventor, Richard Kwarteng, by the Director-General of the GSA, Professor Alex Dodoo.

According to Professor Alex Dodoo, during the presentation on Wednesday, March 15, 2020, the product had been tested for its safety and efficiency and that it was ready for mass production.

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The Director-General also added that the attestation being received by the Ghanaian inventor from the GSA shows that the product met international standards for electrically controlled machines.

For his part, Mr Kwarteng expressed gratitude to the GSA for their assistance in getting the product certified and approved for mass production adding that he would partner with the GSA and the government to move into the mass production of the product.

It would be recalled how YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Richard Kwarteng was beginning to become successful after his product was called by the United Nations.

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Meanwhile, a mother who appeared to have been tired of being worried by her son decided to give him a task of counting a bowl of rice so she can have time to rest amid the lockdown exercise.

The video was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of Celebritiesbuzzgh and it is not clear the exact location where it was recorded.

In the video, the mother carefully instructed the young innocent boy to use the counting skills he was taught in class to execute the task for her whilst she goes to the room and "lies down" waiting for him.

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