Sunday, 14 December 2014
Nigerian Company Invents Anti-malaria Paints
A Nigeria country, Divine Rewarding services Ltd, a subsidiary of ABS powder has invented an anti-malaria paint to the fight against malaria.
The water based paint is said to be repellent to mosquitoes and other insects and does not have any harmful effects on humans.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the company Chief Uche Sylva stated this over the weekend in Abuja, at the launch of the product ISONEM which comprise of sin-out the paint that dispels mosquitoes, soil water trap that ensures rain water is trapped in soils and cement mix isomix.
He said that It is about time Nigerians tapped into the much hyped national potentials in terms of human and material resources and added that the basics of human good living and not mere existence is health, shelter and agriculture.
He also said that isomix which is added to cement mixture helps to prevent building collapse that has become prevalent in the country.
His words, "So with this product we are giving the fight against malaria a strategic boost and delivering better health and productivity to the populace.
"Isomix, helps to prevent building collapse while the soil water trap is for green revolution and an all year round fruitful yield.
"This product helps to trap water in the grounds thus helping better agricultural yields and making all year round planting and harvesting a reality.
"The positive impact of this product on our food security is better imagined. We believe this could be one of the veritable tools for our sustainable national growth and development.
"All hands must be on deck to ensure that we retool, reequip and reposition our beloved country Nigeria to take its rightful place in the comity of nations. It is about time we tapped into our much hyped national potential in terms of human and material resources.
"We offer our own humble contributions in the area of health, shelter and agriculture. It is needless to say these 3 key areas are basic to human good living and not mere existence."
Son of the former Emir of Kano, Alh. Ciroma Ado Bayero who was also present at the event said that the company will go a long way in solving a lot of problems in Nigeria.
His words, "We have been hoping and praying that a company like this comes to being, most of this products will go a long way in solving a lot of problems and malice be bedeviling our society."