It took me 13 years to build fuelless generator – Nigerian graduate

May 5, 2023

0.5 min readCategories: Technology

Oyekunle Ayansola, a graduate of Interlink Polytechnic, Ijebu-Jesa, Osun State, said it took him 13 years to build an eco-friendly generator so everyone could have a steady power supply.

He said his invention was spurred by his parent’s broken marriage 13 years ago and the economic hardship that followed.

According to him, the challenges he faced made him look for innovative ways to improve his life, impact his community, and end poverty.

He said he would like to mass-produce it so that everyone could have it at home as it would make life much easier for the people.

Ayansola said he made the eco-friendly generator with scrap metals.

Credit: Punch

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