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Due to the continued spread of Coronavirus diseases in Nigeria an Igbo man has developed an automatic empowered Water and Soap Dispenser to help combat the pandemic.
The developer, who gave video practical analysis on how it functions, said it is built with a sensor mechanism which enables trigger function when in use.
He narrated that even the water container has a sensor-based indicator that alerts when water runs down and due for refilling.
The machine, which appears to be the first face of the project needs more sponsors and government presence to enable it to reach the public.
However, the Facebook client, Onyema Chikezie, who shared the video requested to be directed to government authorities with a cellphone number (08032530837).
The spread of COVID-19 in the country is on the increase in the last 24 hours across states battling with the deadly virus with Lagos State, FCT and Kano state taking the lead of index cases, 931, 174 and 134 respectively.
Going by official statistics released by Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC), Nigeria has recorded a total of 1728 index cases, 51 deaths and 307 discharged so far.
Both the Center and Ministry of Health are working very to see Nigeria gets back to work and daily activities back to normal in the nearest time.