Great minds worked in coordination to create this essential asset for the human race.
The development and generation of electricity changed lives drastically, starting from domestic use to industrial activities.
Electricity has many uses in our day to day life. It is used for lighting rooms, working fans and domestic appliances like using electric stoves, A/C and more. All these provide comfort to people.
A young man identified as Nelson Emeka from Awka in Anambra State, Nigeria has incredibly invented a Generator that uses water as fuel. The young man is said to have no University qualification but has been able to invent a water-powered Generator from the scratch with scrap materials he got from dustbins.
What makes this invention amazing is the fact that this young man has no university qualifications but jas been able to design and build such technology.
Nigeria is a country known to experience multiple power outages. With this young man's great invention, it could probably solve some of the power crisis the country faces.
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