18 December 2012

Liberian Inventor Thrills UL Students

A Liberian Inventor, Mr. Louis K. Tealeh last Tuesday thrilled hundreds of students on the campus of the University of Liberia with a stove he invented for cooking purposes while one is not at home. The Liberian Inventor is calling on President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to give him financial support to enable him improve his talent.

Mr. Tealeh, during his illustration on the UL campus said when one is ready to cook his or her food before reaching home, he or she can dial the assigned cell number to the cooker and the system will switch on including the stove. He noted that the pot opens automatically with water pumping into it before it closes.

He demonstrated that in 5 minutes, after the water boils, the pot opens again to allow the food enter, then the pot closes to allow the food to boil and when cooked, the system switches off automatically.

By the time one reaches home, the food is already prepared for consumption. Mr. Tealeh told the INQUIRER that the Phone Cooker and other inventions need to be examined by other experts.

In a flyer entitled 'Science in Action,' Mr. Tealeh who has exhibited his work at various schools including the J.J Science and Technology Exhibition is an indigenous Liberian from the Kpelleh Tribe of Bong County.

Mr. Tealeh has invented several durable things including the Clock Game, the Electric Ludo Game, the automatic safe machine, the Receptionist Set, the Standard Lotto game among other great inventions. He is currently working on his Masters degree at the University of Liberia.

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