Aquavolve is thrilled to announce that the Eole Water “Nerios” Water Making System is making water at Liberation City in Lagos, Nigeria! Aquavolve completed the first African service call to get the Nerios running following delivery. The duration of transport, and the heat of storage while waiting to be cleared through the strike-delayed Customs process at the Lagos Airport caused some technical difficulties with the electronics and refrigerant system. The Eole Water technical team in France was lead by inventor and Eole Water CEO, Marc Parent, who assigned Project Engineer, Guy Stoeltzlen, to the service call. Guy connected with Aquavolve in the U.S. and the service team on the ground in Nigeria, which was lead by Aquavolve Ambassador King Joe, using video conferencing through Google+ Hangouts. King Joe assigned the project leader role to Godwin, a certified electrician who also works for the Mountain of Liberation and Miracle Ministries. Godwin followed Guy’s instructions and pulled in Master Electrician King Friday and Refrigeration Technical Expert Lambert to assist him in completing all diagnostic steps, replacing necessary components, and replacing the refrigerant. The Nerios came to life earlier today and is set to have a very busy media schedule and tasting exposition in the coming days. This service call was a great success due to the tireless efforts and determination of Godwin. Based on the technical expertise that was demonstrated with this service call, Aquavolve is incredibly confident that economies of water can be built with the talent and resources on the ground today in Nigeria.
Many thanks to Aquavolve’s Nigerian Dealership CEO, Maria-Anthonette West Osemwegie, for coordinating all activities on the ground in Lagos. A special thanks also to Aquavolve’s California Dealership CEO, Steve Nipper, for his assistance with electrical diagnostics as well. I’d also like to thank Dr. Chris Okafor and the team of dedicated professionals and servants to the Lord at Liberation City. Without their support, none of this progress would have been possible.