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Nigerian inventor builds generator to promote clean energy

By Reuters
14 February 2020   |   6:17 am
Emeka Ugwueze is cutting an metal sheet to create a base for his latest invention at his workshop in Awka, a town in Nigeria's bustling southeastern state of Anambra.

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