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This 24-Year-Old Nigerian Graduate Is Promoting A Clean Ecosystem Through His DIY Power Bank

Eco-friendly and green systems inventions are firmly finding ground around the world with unimaginable ideas that have served as solutions to earth problems , and we are happy to know that African innovators are part of the brains behind these great inventions. One of these innovators is Jason Obinna Obiako, a 24-year-old Nigerian graduate who is bent on putting Nigeria on the map with his do-it-yourself power bank innovation which promotes a clean ecosystem.


“I see the DIY power bank as a very innovative idea. Because it’s a way of re-using disposed laptop batteries. As a result, we keep the environment clean and safe. It is less expensive and very reliable.” These were the words of Jason when asked about the uniqueness of his product in an interview with Espact.

Click the link below to watch Jason explain his idea below:

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Jason Obinna Obiako is a native of Aguata local government area of Anambra state, he was born and had his primary and secondary education in Ilorin, Kwara state.

The second class upper graduate of Agricultural and Bio-systems Engineering from the University of Ilorin acquired basic and fundamental knowledge of bio diversity and its critical role in maintaining ecosystems that provide essential services for the advancement of sustainable development in his school.

Jason’s DIY power bank has the potential to create a less hazardous environment for Nigerians. Speaking to Espact, Jason said he reaches out to laptop engineers for old and dumped laptop batteries to create his innovative products.


Although, not many know about the existence of the newly created do-it-yourself power bank but the testimonies of customers who have patronized the budding entrepreneur, evidently satisfied their quest for a power solution and this is an indication that it can be introduced to a larger audience.

The vibrant entrepreneur has discovered a solution for an incessant problem in Nigeria and should be encouraged to turn this into an economic viable venture for the economy of Nigeria.

In his interview with Espact, Jason’s advice aspiring entrepreneurs to find motivators either in form of books or by rubbing minds with professionals in their field. He added that entrepreneurs should reside where their products or services are needed.

He implored the Nigerian government to make provision of a very large platform to promote entrepreneurial ideas.

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