YCT, Lagos Nigeria students invent Solar Public Light

A group of Yaba College of Technology students took part in the first Lagos Inventergy Challenge and invented a product tagged Lite-pop - a solar public light. The Lite-pop is an environmental solution kit which intends to solve city environmental issues like: Street Lightning, calculating the amount of humidity, temperature, sound, CO2, NO2 and Solar. The Lite-pop inventors, a group of five, participated in the 2014 Lagos State Inventergy Challenge and won 2nd position in the competition. The challenge is a platform designed to showcase innovative products and services within the energy sector in Lagos State towards the possible integration into the local economy.


The Lite-pop Team members

litepop Savage

SAVAGE OLAOLU (Product Designer)

He is a designer and an architect. He is a final Year Student of Yaba College of Technology studying Architecture.

litepop Tochukwu

OSEJI TOCHUKWU (Communication Manager)

He is the charisma make-up for the Team. He is a good orator. He cut his marketing teeth working in Computer Village for a year. He is a student of Yaba College of technology studying Science Laboratory Technology.

litepop Okagbue

OKAGBUE PRECIOUS (Electrical Engineer)

He provides the electrical solution in the Team. He is vast when it comes to electronics. He is a student of Yaba College of Technology studying Electrical Electronics Engineering.

litepop Rilwan

SANNI RILWAN (Technical Engineer)

He works with all the member of the team technically. He is vast in Computer Engineering haven't had diploma in Computer Engineering in Computer Village. He is currently going through his CCNA Training at New Horizon Computer Training Center.

litepop Eben

OSEJI EBENEZER (Fabrication Engineer)

He is a brawn, having learnt to use his hands from his father. He is a man of few words but many inventions. He is a student of Yaba College of Education studying Mechanical Engineering.


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