Sanitation Invention Seeks To Spark Gov’t Support Of Liberia’s Local Businesses

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Written by C. Winnie Sawyah-Jimmy | From The Inquirer via All Africa

A Liberian inventor, Louis Tealeh is calling on the Liberian government to promote Liberia-made products by showing appreciation to the technocrats. Paying a courtesy visit at the Inquirer Newspaper yesterday where he presented one unit of his most recent inventions, an automatic hand- wash Ebola bucket, Mr. Tealeh said he is in the business of producing electronic products.

The Liberian consultant who uses his leisure time to put his brains at work using his hands said he is pleased with all his productions which include the invention of electronic stoves to electric gates and now automatic ‘Ebola’ buckets, a business he has been involved with for the past 35 years.

He said samples of the newest invention can now be seen at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs where it is being used in the offices of the President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, 10 at the LPRC where he serves as communications consultant, two at the Golden Key Hotel, and one each for Mr. Emmanuel Bowier and Bobby Brown.

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