Libyan student in Malaysia granted patent for three inventions for people with special needs

Libyan student in Malaysia granted patent for three inventions for people with special needs

July 10, 2017 - 11:41
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Written by: SafaAlharathy

Saifullah Abu Jinnah (L) showing his IVIN hat with Libyan Ambassador Anwar Fituri

Libyan national Saifullah Abu Jinnah, a Ph.D. student specialized in technology, had made a breakthrough in the field of technology and managed to write his name and Libya with gold in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.

The promising technologist continued his search for science at one of Malaysia's universities after getting his college degree from Al-Khumus city in Libya.

He gained his first success before even finishing his second semester in the Ph.D. studies, where he was ranked second in the 28th exhibition of inventions for inventing the IVIN, which is a hat made to guide the blind through their way.

However, that was not the end, he moved on in his long walk in research to introduce a new invention in this short period of a mobile wheelchair for people with special needs with self-guided technology.

Still, he made a third invention based on the idea of helping disabled people in making "Wodu" for the prayer within the Mosque facilities.

Abu Jinnah received increasing attention from Malaysian media and newspaper, praising the young inventor who came all this way from Africa and illustrated a good example of success and excellence.

Saifullah has not received any support of any Kind from the state and he is leading the fight on his own and at his own expense, yet he still carries his home in the core of his soul.