Just like everywhere else (yes, everywhere) in Nigeria, Bida, a town in Niger State, doesn’t have stable power supply, and we all know the implications of that – one is people won’t be able to charge their phones.
A certain dude called Isa saw an opportunity and came up with a solution to help out. He turned bicycle chains into charging points and collects N50 per appliance!
How does it work? Eyewitnesses say the bicycle chains are wired to a small generator (Tiger I suppose) which powers it. The holes in the chains are the charging points.
Isa’s solution has found its way to Nigerian Twitter and users are seriously (over) reacting. Ingenious?? Dangerous?? Innovative?? Check out what they’re saying.
— Igala_Jon_Snow (@i_am_Anomeli) July 3, 2016
— Oluwasetemi (@setemiojo) July 3, 2016
— Teddy (@fervens_teddy) July 3, 2016
— The King's Hand (@9jabadtguy3) July 3, 2016
@pdbraide I Wont Be Surprised If He Has No Western Education
— NEPHILIM.2.0 (@DRO_theNOBODY) July 3, 2016
— fisayo; (@physayo) July 4, 2016