- A video of a woman using an iron-and-fold machine to get her laundry done faster has stirred reactions from locals
- Facebook users said it is never good to be broke as poverty stops one from enjoying the good things of life
- In the clip, a shirt is placed on the machine's clamp before it is drawn in and folded in another compartment
A video showing an industrial machine that irons a cloth with relative ease has got many Nigerians reacting online.
In the clip shared by a Facebook user Ayo Ojeniyi, a woman stood in front of a machine and placed a cloth on its slab before it was drawn in. It was done as one would feed papers into a printer.
After some seconds, the cloth and others she might have earlier fed the machine came out in another compartment ironed and well folded.
This makes ironing less of a bore. Many people who interacted with the video said poverty is really an unfortunate thing.
Watch the video below:
Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:
Sodiq Yusuf said:
"I will never be broke in my life, Amin."
Yusuf Moruf Adesina commented:
"Thunder punish poverty."
Adeolah ProfIntegrity Toriolah said:
"I will never be broke in my life oo! Leyin owo, owo lo tun kan mehnnn."
Omolokun Sunday said:
"This is serious, oyinbo don live us behind."
Sesan Boluwade said:
"Here in 2021 we are searching for grazing routes, The World is moving fast."
OmoWealth A. Balogun said:
"No curse higher than 'poverty curse'."
A Nigerian man and is new Tesla car
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a video of a Yoruba man admiring his new Telsa electric car as he made a user review went viral.
In the clip, the Nigerian man spoke in his native language as he gave a tour of the vehicle, telling people he wanted them to know the car is real.
Opening the trunk of the car, the man showed that there is enough space for luggage. He went ahead to the front of the vehicle where engines are normally placed and revealed that it was empty.
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Source: Briefly News