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My Hero: Mr Frederick Msisaka.

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Mr Frederick Msisaka is a Thinker who ventured to practice the contents of his thoughts by using improvised tools and raw materials to create simple models of what could have required very high technological methods and technical training in distant lands.

A peasant farmer that could not have been the one to resort to in search for solutions for practical problems, he made use of his innate intuition to make a list of plans for projects to embark on and successfully pursued them to completion.

The man deserve my respect and admiration in that he had proven the experimentation of Biogas production from the use of waste matters from toilets as Biomas. He did it in the exact spot where it was needed. Though he carried out other projects, i find this one more attractive.

It is compulsory that i learn his practical approach to innovation, and personally inform him that I have chosen him as my Hero. Hence I sent the following E-mail:


With great appreciation for your good work in making innovative heroic
Africans visible, I wish to request for a contact with my chosen Hero, Mr
Frederick Msisaka.
As a member of EVOKE, it is essential that I chose a social innovation
role model whose works and achievements are outstanding. Hence, I chose Mr
Frederick Msisaka.
Mr Frederick Msisaka was able to construct a functional biogas generating
system from very simple materials which I hope to learn a lot from if you
will be kind enough to initiate the process of communication.
I will be very grateful if action is taken on this request.
Thank You;

To Afrigadget which is the host of his profile and innovation.

I wish i could communicate with him via the Internet. But if the medium is not possible I shall work towards phone calls and letters communication.


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Comment by Paul Holze on April 29, 2010 at 5:07am
good luck hearing back!
Comment by Agbogun James Otejiri on April 30, 2010 at 2:42pm
Thanks Paul Holze
Comment by Mette Wichmand on May 29, 2012 at 12:01pm

Did you ever hear from him ?

Kind regards,
Mette

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