Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria 300l Mechanical Engineering student identified as Usman Dalhatu has won a huge amount of money because of his talent. Usman was known for being a student who had built a solar power cooker that has a television.
The talented engineering student has won a $10,000 (over N5m) start-up grant from The Rockefeller Foundation Funded Nigeria Climate Centers 2021 off-grid energy incubation programme.
The young man who had been recognized by the federal government in the past for creating an automatic ventilator was one of the eight winners from a final list of 21.
According to the CEO of All-On Weibe Boer, the funds given to Usman, CEO of Dalsman Tech, will be used to scale up production of the innovation to kiosk franchise owners in Kaduna, Kano, FCT, and Abuja.
Social media reacts:
Sheena King reacted:
“I’m sure we will be paying the price, anything that is good for you. Always cost so much money.”
Babtunde Ogunseye remarked:
“This is quite inspiring. Thank you Wiebe Boer, Ph.D. for discovering innovative solutions like this.”
Khadijat Sulaiman said:
“Wao congrats it’s soo inspiring to see talents being recognized and appreciated am really proud of him ✌️”
Aminu Dalhat Mohammed stated:
“This is such an excellent innovation.
“Imagine a similar kiosk for all the maisuya spots across the nation.
“Well done, Usman.
Seyi Kings wrote:
“I saw this months back. Happy he’s gotten some support. I’ll be happy to see his product scale up across the country as it’s a cleaner and efficient energy source for the hundreds of thousands of road side food vendors in the country.”
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