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This Covenant University Graduate invented Nigeria’s First ‘NEPALess Gas Powered Iron’

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This Covenant University Graduate invented Nigeria’s First ‘NEPALess Gas Powered Iron’


This Covenant University Graduate invented Nigeria’s First ‘NEPALess Gas Powered Iron’

The ‘Iron Rhino’ as it is formally called does not need electricity to work. Instead, it makes use of little gas canisters.

According to the Covenant University alumnus, the idea stemmed from seeing Nigerians suffer due to power outage and so he figured a way to contribute his quota in solving the country’s problem.

He said:

“My inspiration came from disappointment. One day, I needed to meet up with my dad at the airport, and the clothing I wanted to wear was rumpled, I was unhappy and had to wear something else. This disappointment brought about the spark of creativity in my head so I decided to proceed with the idea of having an alternative source of powering clothes iron”

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Mehn this is pretty cool, Nigerians got talent…

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Congratulations. This is how developed nations of today started and today, they are far ahead on the development radar. Spot a problem, think creatively around it and seize the spark of creative solution that emerges. Sir Isaac Newton did so when he noticed an apple fall from a tree. His attendant curiousity led to the enactment of the famous law of gravity – “whatever goes up must certainly come down.” The only exception to this law is the resurrection of Jesus Christ and the simple reason is that He is the creator of the gravity itself as integral part of… Read more »

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