A young Nigerian researcher who recently developed a prototype of a high capacity Powerbank is set to pass his knowledge and experience unto others for speedy "technopreneurship" advancement.

Mr. Bot Zang recently unveiled his locally made 13,000mAh Izang power bank which generated local and international media interest.

Although it is not clear if the young inventor has secured any contract since his last research, MKB learns the young Zang has been busy researching on other products.

In addition to that, he has been exploring ways to add value to his community through job creation.

The program is designed to make youths self-reliant and promote the spirit of technological entrepreneurship, thereby creating employment opportunities for economic development," he said.

The training which will last four weeks at the initial phase he said would raise "practical knowledge on how to manufacture high capacity power banks from electronic waste."

It is expected to commence from October 1, 2018 at Sabon Barki, Jos South Local Government Area, Plateau State Nigeria.

Interested candidates and sponsors among others can reach Mr. Zang on +2347067574232.