Yusuf Bilesanmi: Man Behind the Invention of a Ventilator That Doesn't Use Electricity

Yusuf Bilesanmi: Man Behind the Invention of a Ventilator That Doesn't Use Electricity

  • A Nigerian man was the lead of a team of engineers that made a remarkable breakthrough in the fight against Coronavirus with a special invention
  • 37-year-old Yusuf Bilesanmi spearheaded the creation of a ventilator that doesn't run on electricity
  • Aside from that, the ventilator is easy to use, oxygen-efficient and is said to be at a low cost unlike the costly regular one

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Yusuf Bilesanmi is a man that has distinguished himself by reason of his contribution to the cause of humanity.

Yusuf led the team that came up with a ventilator that doesn't require electricity to function.

Social media celebrates Nigerian man who is the lead in the invention of a ventilator that doesn't use electricity
The special ventilator is oxygen-efficient Photo Credit: LinkedIn/Abubakar B.
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Leicester Mercury reports that the ventilator is named ShiVent and has unique features such as being oxygen-efficient, very easy to use and is not expensive.

Yusuf who had enrolled at Loughborough University in UK for a PhD program achieved the breakthrough with other engineers from the same university.

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The ventilator which will come in handy in the fight against Coronavirus was tested at Loughborough’s National Centre for Sports and Exercise Medicine (NCSEM) and the Leicester Royal Infirmary Hospital.

Abubakar B. who celebrated Yusuf's feat on LinkedIn stated that the 37-year-old is a graduate of the Lagos State University, Lagos (LASU).

Social media users celebrate Yusuf

Fitzgerald R Gwee commented:

''Another light in the darkness to his people! Thanks Doctor!!!!"

Abdullahi Sesay wrote:

"I will love to connect with this brother, please if you have contact for him, help me with it."

Dhanendra Srivastava stated:

"Feeling Very Happy to know that our Brothers in Africa are also creating history in Medical Science for the Well Being of African People....Salute to you and Ur Team for Making Diffrance ..... Africa Is Rising."

Ifeanyichukwu Nwachukwu said:

"I'm curious and I pray its will be successful and get government support too."

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African-born man leads invention of weird-looking electric car

Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported about a Nigerian man who is the lead behind the invention of a weird-looking electric car in Turkey.

The man named Abbas Jibrin has been celebrated on social media over his automobile ingenuity when he was 21 years of age.

An image of the engineering genius along with some pictures of the car got many gushing as they praised his talents while lamenting the country's brain-drain situation.

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