- Tosin Arogundade has joined other Nigerian inventors that are proffering solutions to some of the problems the country is facing
- The young man, alongside one other person, has invented a pressing iron that uses gas
- According to Tosin, he and his partner spent three years working on their invention
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A young Nigerian man identified as Tosin Arogundade has invented a press iron that uses gas.
Tosin said he alongside one other person had been working on the project for three years, adding that their invention is up to standard.
Briefly.co.za notes that the young man has joined other Nigerians who have demonstrated that the country has a lot of creative minds that will go places if given the opportunity to showcase their creativity.
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Tosin said they need help for their invention to be mass-produced for use.
The young man's invention is timely in a country where electricity is one of the major problems facing the populace.
A lot of Nigerians have come up with inventions that could be improved on for the good of the country, but many of them have not been given due attention by appropriate agencies.
However, before Tosin's invention can be approved for mass-production, it has to be approved by relevant agencies, which will assure Nigerians that it is safe to make use of it.
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In other news, Emeka Nelson, a Nigerian from the eastern part of the country, remains celebrated in his own right for being able to create a machine that converts wastes to petrol.
The machine does other things and there is hope that Emeka's innovation will help Nigeria's struggling economy.
The young man shared a post, stating what the list of things the machine can do with photos of the invention on his Facebook page.
On the Facebook post, the young Nigerian man reported that the machine transforms hydrocarbon-related wastes like plastic, nylon and so on.
He further revealed that the machine would be able to transform this type of waste into kerosene, diesel, tiles, interlocking stones, bricks and roofing sheets.
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