What's his secret? Man reveals how he generates electricity using sweet potatoes

What's his secret? Man reveals how he generates electricity using sweet potatoes

Nigerians have been identified as some of the most brilliant and intelligent individuals all over the world. Aside from passing out in flying colours from universities abroad, they also spend endless times inventing a new technology.

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A young man identified as Alabi Olusola is going viral on social media for being able to generate electricity using sweet potatoes. Olusola thought outside the box as someone already invented an inverters and generators.

Speaking with Backstagestory TV, Olusola disclosed that he no longer pays electricity bills at home. He added that he embarked on the project six years ago.

Nigerian man Alabi Olusola reveals how he generates electricity using sweet potatoes

Alabi Olusola

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He said revealed that he was not an engineering student but was a science student in secondary school and my knowledge in Physics has taken me thus far. What gave birth to this idea was due to the epileptic power supply in the country.

Olsuhola added that, he hopes to develop a means where people can put their mobile phones in their pockets and their phones will still be charging.

When asked about if his invention will not would not cause any health damage, he disclose that due to some of the research he conducted, there are no side effects.

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His video was also shared by a Twitter user who was identified as @TrendsOfNigera with the caption: “Meet Nigerian inventor Alabi Olusola who generates electricity for himself and his household, using Sweet Potatoes.

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