Chemistry graduate gushes about genius invention, inspires SA

Chemistry graduate gushes about genius invention, inspires SA

- A man shared with South Africa that he discovered a genius product after years of research

- Nkwane Nimrod Thobejane graduated with a chemistry degree from the University of Limpopo

- Thobejane's post was liked by thousands of people who pledged their support

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We've said it before and we'll say it again - hard work pays off! A man, Nkwane Nimrod Thobejane, took to the Facebook group #ImStaying to reveal that he finally has a worthy product after years of research.

The chemistry graduate revealed he created a "cockroach eliminator" that does not have an odour, nor does it hurt the environment because it's 100% organic.

Thobejane revealed his product is safe for humans and animals can be stored for up to a year. He has since started the process of registering his the invention with the department of agriculture.

Chemistry graduate gushes about genius invention, inspires SA

Man creates a genius product and inspires Mzansi. Photo credit: Nkwane Nimrod Thobejane/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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South Africans were inspired by Thobejane's post and they showed him support from the get-go.

Janine Desiré Botha commented:

"Wow, well done and please let us know what it's called, once registered and packaged."

Leandra Hulley added:

"Well done! Please remember to post an update with the product details when you are ready."

Yvonne Mogudi said:

"Well done Nkwane, we’re waiting for the product."

Desire Erasmus Grove wrote:

"Well done, let us know when it hit the market. All the very best on your business going forward."

Briefly.co.za reported on another invention previously. A Cape Town man has come up with an invention that allows children with physical disabilities the chance to be mobile. The innovation works as a walker.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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