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14.11.2019 Feature Article

An Open Letter To KRL Consulting, Washington DC

I posted the comment below on Facebook. It sums up my frustration with a situation that makes me doubt the genuineness of many of those supposedly protesting against the lack of action on the part of world leaders to stop climate change from reaching the tipping-point-of-no-return:

"I challenge Sir Richard Branson to get his Virgin Group conglomerate's power-sector renewable energy experts, to contact and interview the Ghanaian inventor, Raphael Afordoanyi - with a view to seeing whether or not it would be worthwhile for the Virgin Group to sponsor the worldwide patentIng of Raphael Afordoanyi's game-changing serendipitous, renewable energy sector invention, in exchange for a stake in Raphael's epoch-making intellectual property.

Suffice it to say that it irritates one no end that there are some who think this is an online scam, just because one is an African. The sods.

Yet, Raphael's invention will enable humankind power all the nations on the planet Earth, with 100 percent renewable power.

And all this skepticism is taking place against a backdrop of noisy worldwide protests calling on governments to take action to prevent climate change from reaching the tipping-point-of-no-return. Seems there is a great deal of egregious hypocrisy going on at the same time too. Incredible. Pity."

Question: What can your organisation do to help Raphael Afordoanyi - the Ghanaian marine engineer whose serendipitous energy sector invention could help transform the world into one powered 100 percent by renewable energy - get his invention patented globally?

Kind regards,
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Kofi Thompson
Kofi Thompson, © 2019

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