Valuing the African Genius

Bonsu - Quansah - Matey

Oshiorenoya Agabi

Maxwell Chikumbutso

October 22, 2017

September 22, 2017

September 14, 2017

Benjamin Bonsu, Joseph Quansah and Ernest Teye Matey are Ghanaian engineers, from All Nations University, who have designed and manufactured Ghana’s first nano satellite. Satellite was launched ...

Oshiorenoya Agabi, from Nigeria, is an amazing scientist and innovator who is also heading Koniku, a company that is building chips with biological neurons. And this is not science fiction. Indeed ...

Maxwell Chikumbutso, from Zimbabwe, is a self-taught engineer who dropped out of school at age 14. He is known for having developed a green energy technology which, he says, is revolutionary because ...

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Chris Nsamba, from Ugandan, has designed and manufactured a modern baby incubator that should contribute in saving premature lives in Neonatal Intensive Care Units in Uganda and elsewhere in ...

Africans have been formatted to believe that research and development occurs only in developed nations like the United States, Sweden, Germany, South Korea or Israel to name but ...

Maxwell Chikumbutso, from Zimbabwe, is the prototype of the African inventor who dropped out of school at age 14 and still kept on using his intellectual capacities to find a solution to energy ...

Gathu - Kiuna - Ngugi

 July 20, 2017

David Gathu, Moses Kiuna and Duncan Ngugi are exceptionally talented Kenyans who claim to have designed and manufactured, among several other innovations, a generator prototype that ...

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