Jeannie DeAngelis

Barack Obama is encouraging most minorities to bilk the system, give up hope, and continue to embrace racial animosity. Meanwhile, in poverty-stricken Nigeria, four teenage girls have come up with a way to harness the power of urine to run a generator.

Nigerian High school students Duro-Aina Adebola, Akindele Abiola, and Faleke Oluwatoyin, all 14, and Bello Eniola, 15, entered their pee project in the Maker Faire Africa in Lagos, Nigeria. Sounding like an African version of Yankee ingenuity, the Maker Faire Africa describes itself as "a community of makers."

What [Makers] have in common is an unwavering commitment to origin, ingenuity & innovation. A fellowship of creators who believe making is the most authentic form of manufacturing, and manufacturing is what forges a vigorous middle class ... redefining the future of the world's most promising continent through our own authentic, relentless African ingenuity.

Because Lagos, Nigeria's urban center and wealthiest city, is at the mercy of frequent power outages, the girls' can-do attitude may have found a way to circumvent the kind of inconvenience many Americans experienced during Superstorm Sandy. While Obama was handing out hugs and food stamps and sending in FEMA to write checks, far from New Jersey, Duro-Aina, Akindele, Faleke, and Bello were showcasing their start-up ingenuity in the form of a pee-powered generator.

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