Nigerian man builds soakaway that can generate gas for cooking, electricity

Nigerian man builds soakaway that can generate gas for cooking, electricity

- A Nigerian man has gone viral for the right thing after building a soakaway pit for gas and electricity generation

- Pictures of his creation have received over 13,000 likes with thousands of engagements

- The man's skill may just be one of the things the country needs for sustainable developments

- Our manifesto: This is what YEN.com.gh believes in

Another Nigerian has shown that are citizens in this country with amazing skills to use indigenous solutions to drive the developments that the nation needs.

The unnamed man built a soakaway to generate cooking gas and electricity. The information about his creation and the pictures were shared by a Twitter handle, @yunusxonline.

In one of the pictures, he could be seen building the soakaway like the one used for toilets, other pictures showed how he worked a pipe transferring the said gas into an industrial burner.

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See the pictures below:

A collage of the man at work and his finished work. Photo source: Twitter/@yinusxonline

A collage of the man at work and his finished work. Photo source: Twitter/@yinusxonline
Source: UGC

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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a brilliant 17-year-old, Popoola Kehinde Esther, gained media attention when a Twitter user with the handle @ThepreciousAda, posted her video online.

The brilliant girl is in the business of repairing heavy equipment, forklift. The teenager hopes to study engineering and add to her mechanical expertise.

The Twitter user's dad asked her to post the girl’s video so that her helpers could locate her and make her dream a reality. In the clip, the SS2 student said that she has a strong passion for the work she is doing.

Esther who is from Kwara state works at the Classic Bonded Terminal, Okota under her boss who was identified as Adebayo Maruf.

The good Samaritan who made her know on social media said she has decided to set up gofundme account and let people know when it is done.

Another Nigerian, Muhammad Abdul Modibo, portrayed how amazingly skilled Nigerians are in their respective endeavours.

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In a tweet shared by Africa Facts Zone on Wednesday, June 3, it was revealed that Muhammad converted an old Volkswagen Beetle vehicle into a Rolls Royce replica.

Pictures of the Nigerian standing proudly with his creation were shared on the micro-messaging platform.

In other news, Jerry Mallo, a Nigerian 25-year-old CEO of Bennie Technologies LTD, made a huge statement in the automobile industry on Thursday, November 28, 2019 as he unveiled his sports car named Bennie Purrie.

During the launch at the Transcorp Hilton in Abuja, the 25-year-old said that the sports car is just one of the many marvelous products he will be putting out.

In an interview on Friday, November 29, with the TV station, he said that his inspiration to create sports cars was borne out of the fact Nigeria and Africa are big markets for luxury vehicles.

“In Europe, we learnt that making the car is just half of the challenge, and selling it is the other half; Africa is usually is the target place to sell these vehicles, so I feel there’s a big market for it here,” he said.

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