Photo of student in Aba who reportedly built power generator that works without fuel

Photo of student in Aba who reportedly built power generator that works without fuel

- A student of Boys Technical College, Aba, has reportedly shown how creative he is by building a power generator

- Recently, Nigerians have been demonstrating great intelligence with their inventions that are awe-inspiring

- The yet-to-be-identified student could be seen with the generator believed to be his invention

A report has emerged that a student of Boys Technical College, Aba, has built a power generator that works without fuel.

According to Expressive Info, the identity of the student is yet to be known, but a picture of the boy and the generator could be seen.

Legit.ng cannot verify the veracity of this claim as at the time of filing this report.

Below is the picture of the boy and the generator that is believed to be his invention:

Student in Aba reportedly builds power generator that works without fuel
The student of Boys Technical College, Aba. Photo credit: Expressive Info
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Reacting to the news, some Nigerians on social media praised the young boy.

Sola Folasire wrote: "Well done, more power to your elbow."

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Fyneface Nwaobla wrote: "What Nigeria is looking for in Sokoto is seen in Shokoto."

"I love this, this is all I want to hear about Nigerian, great is your future boy," Omon Oyakhilome Iyebahie wrote on Facebook

In other news, the first Bitcoin ATM in Nigeria has finally been designed, courtesy of the founder and chief executive officer of Blockstale, Daniel Adekunle.

The ATM was designed in Shenzhen, China, to serve the need of Bitcoin investors and it is sited at a lounge and bar in the Ajah area of Lagos.

Adekunle said the Bitcoin ATM has a door alarm system, a remote tracker and some bio scanners, which make it more theft and vandal-proof.

He said: “For about 3 years now I have been working on the blockchain technology and BTMs (Bitcoin Teller Machines or Bitcoin ATMs) hardware, software and firmware most especially. I had my people (Africans) very much in mind since they are a little rigid when it comes to innovation and personal interaction(s) with high tech devices.”

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian based in Japan and an app developer, Simple Azenabor, created a Nigerian chat app called SoftTalk.

According to Azenabor, who is also the founder of Prime Time Telecoms, a communication company in Japan, the chatting app will also allow users to send instant messages, videos, audios and files.

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The app was said to have launched on August 29, 2018 at a grand ceremony at EKO Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos.

The messaging app works like the popular WhatsApp where signing up requires users’ mobile number and does not demand much data to start running.

Azenabor told the media that what makes the app different from other messaging apps is that it is targeted at giving users a different experience than what is presently obtainable.

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