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Photos+Video: These two Ghanaian Brothers In Koforidua Have Built a ‘Starch Machine’ which uses Cassava to generate electricity

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Ghpage.com is there to serve all purposes.To bring you the latest breaking news—The good and the bad — We also,constantly  seek out for Ghanaians with talent doing innovative things that need support and pushing.

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I believe you remember the two innovative Ghanaian brothers from Koforidua?…Well, if you have been missing out on their innovations, the two built a three-seater car which is made of aluminium plates and scrap metals with a motorcycle engine.

The brothers Frederick,23 and James,20 who built the three seater car
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Their innovation, as well as our publication, recently caught the attention of BBC’s world service who featured them on their platform not long ago.

In fact, it remains one of our biggest achievement which indicates that the world is seeing what is going on here even if our leaders continues to ignore this unique talent.

Frederick,23 and James,20 are brothers and they are both from Swedru but reside in Koforidua with their parents.Then again, they have been able to convert cassava to generate electricity.This is very amazing.

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The brothers who are JHS graduates in an exclusive interview with Ghpage.com, indicated that they are using their very little resource to build this.

According to them, they spent days building the “Starch Machine” they call it, that generates electricity which is made of Cassava Starch and some other materials.

They keep pleading for support to enable them to make it better and do a lot more.

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-Ghpage.com| Ghana

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