The world is changing rapidly due to technology and climate change. People try by all means to change with the conditions that are facing the world on a daily basis. An elderly man from Nigeria got people aback after inventing his won stove at that does not use gas to heat up.
At the age of 67years Madala managed to make stove that uses water to cook home food. Due to rising prices of cooking gas, a talented Nigerian man based in Jekadafari area. Offered an alternative in a remarkable way. Old man innovation has made people realize that dreams delayed are not dreams denied. He made a water cooking stove at the age of 67 years, His water cooking stove is said not to require the use of gas to generating fire.
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Instead one adds water to it's tank and heat up the fire. How such is made left many people in shock since his invention caught the eye of the public. Tweeps couldn't admit how man managed to bring bout such an invention.
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