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Kenyan High School Dropout Designs Efficient Block Making Machine

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Maxwell Omondi is a Kenyan Innovator. In spite many challenges, his latest innovation is getting some traction. The 26 year old did not finish high school but that is no deterrent for him.

The 26 year old is the talk of his Yala hometown as well as Kisumu’s Mamboleo for designing a hydraulic powered block making machine that can produce up to 5,000 blocks a day.

The block making process begins in the mortar where quarry dust, sand, cement and water are mixed in specified ratios.

Workers at the Yala site praised the machine, noting that it was less time consuming and efficient, creating a higher quality than the ones made manually.

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