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Ifeanyichukwu Bryan Akasili
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power shift

i actually thought electricity can only be generated by HEP, solar units, nuclear power etc.

it is reassuring to know that you can generate power fron dirt in your own backyard.

such technology should be brought to nigeria. we have dirt in abondance

Posted on May 19, 2010 at 7:03pm

evokation: my palm oil processing mill

Abstract.



palm oil as it is well known is a product of the extraction process of oil palm fresh fruit bunches.



the world over palm oil has a number of uses ranging from; cooking, frying, polish making, soap making, bio fuel generation etc.



the oil palm thrives in warm tropical regions originating from the Gulf of Guinea and extends to other parts of West Africa, which explains its scientific name, Elaeis guineensis Jacq. and its popular name, the

African oil…

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Posted on May 19, 2010 at 4:30pm

food security

state and local governments in nigeria and africa should initiate a one village one agro project approach bearing in mind the principle of comparative advantage to boost local food production.



they should also ensure transparency and ensure that peasant farmers are the main thrust of this drive.



on my own part i have set up a potatoe farm in my village to complement present production levels around omoku city in rivers state-nigeria



i emplore govt and other we… Continue

Posted on May 12, 2010 at 1:30pm

social lnnovation

i have chosen afrigaget as my social innovation role model.



the reason is very simple; whan i read about mr frederick msiska and all he has achieved on his farm not minding the fact that he stopped school at 5th grade, i begin to wonder how he got the know how to prodoce all he has.



for this simple fact i have been inspired to borrow a leaf from him and do something in my own locallity.



in a bid to keep up with events and happenings on afrigadget, i sent a email… Continue

Posted on May 12, 2010 at 12:24pm

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