- A group of students have showcased amazing talent displays by turning rubber items into something beautiful
- The talented individuals creatively made household items like chandeliers, sun-flower clocks and lamps using rubber spoons
- The impressive work of their hands has gone viral and attracted praises from Nigerians to themselves
A group of students have caused a huge stir on social media as a result of their creative art made with their hands.
The youngsters from Intercontinental School in Kano, according to @OvieAli on Twitter, made eye-catching household items from rubber spoons.
With great skill and organization, they made chandeliers, sun-flower clocks and luminous lamps.
Peeps' reaction to their creation
Their creative work was received with mixed feelings among Nigerians. While many commended their effort, some argued that it wasn't a big deal.
"People of their age are making drones you are here giving plastic rubber rearrangement. Abeg who do us."
@philemonhaggy replying to the first tweep said:
"Well every country uses its raw materials, this is the raw material provided by Nigeria thus, you could appreciate and encourage them to do more, instead of making snide comments. Am not even sure you could do stuff like this in your secondary days.
"Lovely design by the way."
"Encourage arts and craft, our kids will excel but we're too busy reading irrelevant subjects."
Brilliant students create Jeep prototype
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that a young but talented Ghanaian male junior high school student sitting for the 2020 Basic Education Certificate Examination has wowed social media users with a car he built.
In a viral video uploaded to social media, the young JHS 3 student is seen starting and revving his creation and getting it ready for his trip to school.
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The video showed the creator of the Lamborghini-like car with bird-like doors about to give his classmates a ride to school to write their last papers in the ongoing national exam.
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