By: Ọlọbẹ Yoyọn
Dr Chris Oyakhilome is one of the finest minds to come out of the continent of Africa. A child prodigy in his formative years, he completed his primary and secondary education in just four and three years respectively.
He studied industrial chemistry at the then Bendel State University (now Ambrose Alli University) and proceeded to Oxford for his PhD where he graduated with flying colours in nuclear physics.
He spent several years in academia notably at CERN (Conseil européen pour la recherche nucléaire) – a European research organisation that operates the largest particle physics laboratory in the world.
Between 1998 and 2008, Dr Oyakhilome helped in the construction of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) – the world’s largest and highest-energy particle collider and the largest machine in the world.
He left academia afterwards to become a churchpreneur, serving the God of Israel. He is a successful businessman with a net worth of $30 to $50 million (2011, Forbes) just by doing God’s work. With his wealth, he has built the most advanced private research facility in the world based in his home country of Nigeria.
It was at this research lab that Dr Oyakhilome synthesised a new chemical compound code named “NWO-ID2020” that could help stop global warming. The compound is capable of capturing the main greenhouse gases (carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide) from the atmosphere!
According to the research paper submitted by Dr Oyakhilome to the IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry), this compound was derived from Hydro-Morono-Virohydroxo-Covid-419-5G Benzoate 4, 3, 7 Triol by passing 5G signals through it in the presence of several homogeneous catalysts — COVID-419, IOT, FEAR, SC etc. at 3000 degree Celsius and atmospheric pressure of 101,325 Pa (see the impressive chemical structure in the picture above).
Responses from world leading experts on global warming have been very encouraging. The Americans, Chinese, Russians, Europeans are awed by this breakthrough. The Nobel Prize Committees for Chemistry and Physics are paying serious attention to ascertain whether this is Chemistry or Physics.
Kudos to Dr Chris Oyakhilome for this breakthrough. He has indeed put Nigeria firmly on the global map of great scientists.
This piece was originally published on Facebook by the author on April 6, 2020.