African high school graduate builds generator that runs on water

African high school graduate builds generator that runs on water

- A high school graduate named Emeka Nelson has been credited with inventing a generator that runs on water

- Although the 26-year-old is not a certified engineer, he is keen on solving problems

- The innovator showed off his invention and spoke about how it works on social media

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Emeka Nelson is a 26-year-old innovator who recently invented a generator that runs on water only. He created this remarkable invention despite the fact that he is not a certified engineer.

In fact, the inventor only graduated from high school. The machine, which is, more or less, a breakthrough innovation, has attracted the attention of many.

Recently, Emeka Nelson, who has won a number of awards for his innovative skills, showed off his portable hydroelectric generator on Twitter. But this is not the only thing he has invented.

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26-year-old Nigerian secondary school graduate builds generator that runs on water

26-year-old Nigerian secondary school graduate Emeka Nelson and his invention Source: Emekachibunn/Twitter
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The ingenious Emeka has also invented a machine that converts waste into petrol and diesel! This remarkable machine is just as portable as the hydroelectric generator. See a video of Emeka Nelson showing off his inventions.

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Briefly.co.za recently looked more into the story of Emeka Nelson and his waste converter, which does not only convert nylons to petrol and diesel, but also transforms waste into tiles and roofing sheets.

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