Innovative young Ghanaian man invents baby-holding machine for hospitals, video drops

Innovative young Ghanaian man invents baby-holding machine for hospitals, video drops

  • A young Ghanaian genius has invented a baby-holding machine that can hold 4 babies at a time
  • According to him, his invention was to help solve the issue of newborn babies being kept on the floor
  • He was seen in a video demonstrating how the machine works and said the invention stemmed for his love for babies

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Michael Amenyegah, a young Ghanaian genius has invented a machine that can hold 4 newborn babies at a time and produce them on demand with the press of a button.

In a new video sighted by on Instagram, the young Ghanaian inventor was seen demonstrating how to use the machine.

He operated the machine which runs on electricity with ease and showed how it was able to dispense the babies on demand.

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While demonstrating, he showed how for instance, a baby placed in the 4th chamber can be dispensed.

In doing this, he selected no. 4 on the machine and it started the process of dispensing the selected pod which held the baby.

The machine rotated the pods until it got to the 4th baby and brought it to a part of the machine where it could be easily picked up by a nurse or any other health professional.

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Speaking about his invention, Michaek Amenyegah indicated it was his love for babies that got him to bring such an idea to life.

He said he was doing his bit to reduce the number of newborn babies who are placed on the floors of hospitals due to the lack of beds. reached out to Frank Darko, the inventor of the water bicycle that went viral after his story was first published on our website to share his view on this invention.

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Frank Darko indicated that day-in-day-out, many ingenious Ghanaians were coming up with easier ways of living life but they were not getting the needed attention and support.

He used himself as an example and said he received many promises from politicians and private individuals after his story went viral and got featured on BBC.

"I am impressed by Michael Amenyegah's invention and I think he should get the needed attention, hype and support that some of us could not get. He has seen a need in the nation and is trying to address it so he must be pushed to do his best before another country convinces him.

When I went viral with my water bicycle, I got a lot of applause and promises from many quarters but none of these promises have been fulfilled.

I think it is high time governments and interested parties invested in such great minds so that they can form a united front to solve the many technological problems the country is saddled with", Frank Darko noted.

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Mentally-ill man goes viral with his dance moves as he battles group boys in video

Meanwhile, a man believed to be mentally ill has shown some stunning dance moves on the dance floor in a battle with a group of boys and is currently going viral online.

In a new video sighted by on Instagram, the mentally-ill man who appeared quite young in age, approached a group of boys hanging out on what looked like a basketball court.

The boys were playing music through some speakers and it brought out the dancer in the mentally-ill man.


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