- A young Nigerian has shared a video showing a petrol generator he worked on to start using cooking gas
- The man showed how the generator was powered using a gas cylinder placed some metres away from it for safety
- People who watched his video had many questions, as some wanted to know his location and if using it was safe
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A talented Nigerian man has shown a petrol generator which power source he converted to cooking gas.
The young man (@kingsolya) revealed that a filled 2kg cylinder of gas would power the generator for 12 hours.
From fuel to gas generator
Like cooking, the gas goes through a hose directly to the generator's carburettor. Although the generator's power source had been changed, it maintained its fuel tank for aesthetics.
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Many people who watched the man's TikTok video had mixed reactions to the innovation. Some people believed it could be dangerous having it at home.
Watch the video below:
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
"Make una no let gas over cost oh."
Austin Obidi said:
"The noise of that get can cause someone migraine headache."
Pan African Page said:
"Using same method for my water generators at farm."
"Yes it works better and it’s a great idea."
Okieriete Okoro wondered:
"Is this not dangerous???"
"You for comot the fuel tank na."
luxx hotel said:
"This is the safest means to run gen but naija doesn't have good converters."
"Una want make gas️ increase their payment too."
"Is it cheaper to construct?"
Dj Legalize sad:
"Solar is still preferable to this, just my opinion."
"We need you in lekki, i have lots of clientele for you, but you will start with mine."
Ghanaian boy builds car
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian teenager, Obed Obeng Danso of the Community Development and Vocational Technical Institute (CONVOTECH) in Tarkwa in the Western Region, built his first car.
The 18-year-old's vehicle runs on fuel with almost no challenge as it moves without impediments on the road.
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