Nigerian genius celebrated after inventing road sweeping machine

Nigerian genius celebrated after inventing road sweeping machine

- Usman Dalhatu has been celebrated on social media after building a road sweeping machine

- The Nigerian man took to his Twitter page to share picture of the invention, which earned him commendations online

- Dalhatu, who has an older version of the sweeping machine, says it took him five years to build the latest version

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A Nigerian man identified as Usman Dalhatu has been celebrated on social media after building a road sweeping machine.

Dalhatu posted pictures of two versions of road sweeping machines on his Twitter page. One is an old version and the other is the latest version of the machine.

He said the latest version is available for sale. Nigerians took to the comment section of the post to commend the young man and asked him to make a video of how the machine works.

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See Dalhatu's post below:

Nigerian genius celebrated after inventing road sweeping machine
The old and latest versions of Usman Dalhatu's road sweeping machines
Source: UGC

In other news, a 200 level student of Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Usman Dalhatu, has transformed his emergency ventilator idea into a portable E-vent automatic ventilator.

Recall that the student of mechanical engineering became a social media sensation when he partnered with other innovators to build a locally made ventilator that was present to Governor Muhammad Inuwa Yahaya of Gombe state.

Usman has now done it again by updating his invention as Nigeria battles to end the deadly coronavirus.

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In another interesting report, YEN.com.gh earlier shared that Ghanaian politician and businessman who represents Assin Central in Parliament for the New Patriotic Party has said that he would not advise a man to marry two women.

The renowned MP made the breathtaking comment during an edition of Upside Down on Citi TV which took place on June 14, 2020, just two days before his 60th birthday.

This comes as a surprise to many as Agyapong himself has 22 children from different mothers who he named during the show.

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