The Analyst (Monrovia)

2 January 2013

Liberia: Cell Phone Stove Invented

A Liberian Business man, Mr. Louis K. Teakleh has invented a new technology named “The cell phone cooking stove.”

Explaining the usage of the cooking cell phone stove to the analyst in an exclusive interview on Monday, December 31, 2012, Mr. Teakleh noted that the stove saves time.

He continued, “When you are about to leave from home, package the cooker. Place the raw rice in its compartment, the require quantity of water in its compartment as well, place another ingredient into the pot which should already be on the stove.”

“When you are ready to instruct the cooker to start the cooking process, just dial the cell number you assigned to it. The cooker has an inbuilt system that would respond to you whenever you make a dial, irrespective of your location. In other words, the stove will automatically switch itself on,” he narrated.

The pot will open immediately upon dialing the stove assigned number, the pot will open immediately, and water will pour into the cooking chamber of the pot via a special value and   quantity following which it will close.

The Scientist averred, “When the water boils, the cooking chamber will open for the second time, allowing the pouring of raw rice into the pot, following which it closes for cooking to be done. The system automatically turns off as soon as the food is ready for consumption or well cooked. Following this process, one will meet a hot and well prepared food upon returning home. The system works with 22o volt electricity.

The inventor used riles, metal, steel, ordinary stove and a Sim Card and a few other electronic device to build the new technology.

It cost the Scientist US$800.00 to build the exciting new technology which is arguably the first of its kind on Plant Earth.

Mr. Teakleh, age 50, ventured into inventing the new unprecedented cooking machine so as to ease the stress working class people experience in getting a home meal, despite being tire.

The Scientist, a father of three children took six years to complete the exciting kitchen utensil.

He is a student at the University of Liberia (UL) Master of Business Administration Graduate School.

Mr. Teakleh is a former employee of the erstwhile Liberia telecommunication Communication (LTC).

In 1988, he completed a two year International Telecommunication Union (ITU) electronics training in Liberia.

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