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Impressive! Nigerian Man Invents Machine That Transforms Hydrocarbon Wastes To Petrol

A Nigerian man identified has Emeka Nelson took to his Facebook page on Wednesday, the 31st of October, 2018 the news of his invention. His post suggested that he spent 3 whole days working on a machine that can convert hydrocarbon wastes to petrol.

This machine is also reported to have the capability of transforming wastes such has plastics and nylon to DPK (Kerosene), AGO (Deisel) and building materials such as tiles and roofing materials.

In his words, He wrote: “The greatest things in life started from a little beginning. This is Mgbanwe C12a(an Improved design of C12). Designed and completed under 3 days and nights hard work. A MACHINE THAT TRANSFORMS HYDROCARBON RELATED WASTES LIKE PLASTIC, NYLON, WATER PROOF ETC INTO PETROL, KEROSENE, DIESEL, TILES, ROOFING SHEETS, INTERLOCKING STONES, BRICKS E.T.C. I want to use this medium to bless TEAM EMEKA NELSON; this is a victory for all of us.”

Based on an in-depth research on the striking exploits of Emeka, we discovered that he is a young man who always thinks of solutions to the problems of his community. The intelligent man always thinks outside his cranium box.

We discovered that he took some time out alone to visit an ocean site in his community and engaged in an out of the box thoughts on ways he could solve the problem of epileptic electric power supply that has dwarfed that community. He believes a hydro-electric power supply can be generated from the ocean he went to see.

Emeka is said to have multiple inventions to his name but we hope that his latest invention will give him due credit and subsequently reveal his other inventions to the world.

We have sent him a series of interview questions and we are waiting on his reply. Once we have that, the response gathered from him will be uploaded on our website.

Keep your fingers crossed as we bring you updates on this brilliant young mind.

Stay tuned.

 

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