- Ghanaian entrepreneur and innovator, Samed Crystal, has reportedly built an incubator that can hatch 2,000 eggs in 21 days
- Social media user, Kwaku Dey, shared details of Samed's new innovation online
- Dey also posted an image of Samuel along with his new invention
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A young Ghanaian creative, Samed Crystal, has built an incubator that can hatch 2,000 eggs in 21 days.
According to a social media user with the name Kwaku Dey, Samed is a young entrepreneur whose special skills enabled him to develop the incubator.
From Kwahu Abetifi in the Easter Region, Samed's invention comes at a time when the world is grappling with the dreadful coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus-induced recession has affected thousands of businesses, especially in the tourism industry.
The poultry industry has also not been spared from the dire impact of the global pandemic which threatens to collapse even major economies.
Samuel's invention will certainly go a long way to help poultry farmers and people in the wholesale and retail egg business to earn more in less time.
YEN.com.gh tried to reach him to gather more details about Samed's incubator through a contact that has been shared along with the post on social media, but the line is currently unavailable.
In another story, a young man named Patrick Mensah Nartey has left many overcome with emotions after he took to social media to reflect on his humble beginnings in life.
The young man proudly gushed about where he used to live while growing up as a child. In a post that has erupted with emotions and commentaries on social media, Nartey revealed that he paid a visit to his ''childhood community'' at Bubiashie in the Okai Koi South Constituency.
Nartey also shared a photo of himself with the dilapidated wooden structure that housed him in the background. At the time, Nartey’s family was obviously struggling to make ends meet and their living conditions were deplorable.
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