Man shows off invention that provides electricity anytime and anywhere

Man shows off invention that provides electricity anytime and anywhere

- A young Nigerian man has built a self-charging machine that can provide power

- The machine has the ability to power cars and inverters without external power

- He announced his invention would be called 'a power circle"

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A Nigerian man's talent has inspired Briefly.co.za to create awareness for his inventions, which has creates electricity at any place needed.

Henry Chinakwaeze, a genius Nigerian created a machine that can change the way his country is viewed. The young man took to social media to show off his amazing invention to the entire world.

Briefly.co.za came across the young man's invention after he shared photos to show off how his invention works.

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Enugu-born man shows off invention that provides electricity anytime and anywhere Photo source: Facebook user Henry Chinakwaeze

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Chinakwaeze who describes himself as a mechanical and electrical electronics engineer, revealed that his invention, which he named the Power Circle, has the ability to self-charge electric cars and inverters.

Inventor

The machine provides electricity any time and anywhere Photo source: Facebook user Henry Chinakwaeze

The genius noted that his invention self-charges cars and inverters without the help of external power such solar system.

He said: "Am Mr Chinakwaeze I am an inventor I practice mechanical and electrical electronics (mechatronics) I fix cars and pimp them, I design inverters and install them.Today I have successfully invented what I call a power circle, a system that self-charges electric vehicles and inverters without nepa or solar energies but I was able to do all this by the grace of God."

More photos below:

Invention

The machine powers cars and inverters Photo source: Facebook user Henry Chinakwaeze

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