– A Nigerian man Emeka Nelson claims to have developed an electricity generator that is powered by water
– The young inventor started a fundraising campaign, hopes to get N2,000,000 (or $10,000) asap
– Emeka promises that his new invention, an “ultra modern bio digester” is coming soon Nsukka-born Emeka Nelson claims to have
invented a generator that runs on water, a machine for recycling non-biodegradable wastes. His third
invention, a bio digester, is under development.
A graduate of the National Metallurgical Training Institute has started a fundraising campaign on
social media trough his partner, Karo Kanye Akamune.
Photos of made in Nigeria water-powered generator went viral on Facebook. Photo: Karo Kanye Akamune Apparently, the young man needs at least N1,000,000 (about $5,000) right now for
continuation of his research and products’ improvements. The next step is to collect two million naira from angel investors.
Made in Nigeria water-powered generator (hydroelectric generator) in action. Photo: Karo Kenya Akamune “Creative and inventive minds in Africa should be identified, supported and celebrated. Instead of marrying a third wife or building a forth house you would hardly ever sleep in, invest that money in people like Emeka Nelson,” Karo Kanye Akamune urges Nigerians on Facebook.
Emeka poses near MGBANWE C12, a machine that turns non-biodegradable wastes like plastics,
waterproof nylon, etc. into “petrol, kerosene, diesel and some other heavy oils and interlocking stones”. Photo: Karo Kanye Akamune Emeka runs his private company, Creative E Machines, based in Awka, Nigeria.
An interlocking stone that was allegedly produced by MGBANWE C12. Photo: Karo Kanye Akamune
“I can imagine a world where human feaces, urine etc are turned into cooking gas and best of fertilizers for our farmers.
“I can imagine a society where this machine replaces all our soak away and pit latrine toilet
systems. Creative minds tech team is working on it now,” the
scientist wrote in his post dated February 6, announcing the new invention.
The innovators are in search for angel investors. Photo: Karo Kanye Akamune
“Always remember, a country that does not produce man-made goods and services will always lag behind,” Karo Kanye Akamune notes. In your opinion, should these guys be funded or investigated?