Genius young man invents pressing iron that uses gas; amazing photos drop

Genius young man invents pressing iron that uses gas; amazing photos drop

- Tosin Arogundade has joined other Nigerian inventors that are proffering solutions to some of the problems the country is facing

- The young man, alongside one other person, has invented a pressing iron that uses gas

- According to Tosin, he and his partner spent three years working on their invention

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A young Nigerian man identified as Tosin Arogundade has invented a pressing iron that uses gas.

Tosin said he alongside one other person had been working on the project for three years, adding that their invention is up to standard. notes that the young man has joined other Nigerians who have demonstrated that the country has a lot of creative minds that will go places if given the opportunity to showcase their creativity.

Young Nigerian boy invents pressing iron that uses gas
Tosin Arogundade and his invention. Photo credit: Tosin Arogundade/Facebook
Source: UGC

Tosin said they need help for their invention to be mass-produced for use.

The young man's invention is timely in a country where electricity is one of the major problems facing the populace.

A lot of Nigerians have come up with inventions that could be improved on for the good of the country, but many of them have not been given due attention by appropriate agencies.

However, before Tosin's invention can be approved for mass-production, it has to be approved by relevant agencies, which will assure Nigerians that it is safe to make use of it.

In other news, Ghanaian entrepreneur, Godfred Obeng Boateng, is the CEO of A1 Bread, a company he commenced at Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.

The popular bread brand has penetrated the Ghanaian market especially at Kejetia market where the business started. In 2018, Godfred Boateng revealed the company sells more than 60,000 loaves of bread in Kumasi and Accra everyday.

The young Ghanaian businessman was speaking in an interview with Accra-based Starr FM when he said he sells 30,000 loaves of bread in Kumasi and about 30,000 in Accra respectively.

However, his journey to establishing a thriving business did not come to him on a silver platter.

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