Talented young student builds tricycle car from scratch, makes his country proud

Talented young student builds tricycle car from scratch, makes his country proud

It's no surprise that young Nigerians are striving to be the best at what they are talented at. There have been many stories about Nigerian students who did the impossible with their God given talent.

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Briefly.co.za had earlier reported that a young boy had drawn a portrait of President Macron during his visit to Nigeria in under two hours. Another Nigerian student has made Nigeria proud once again.

The young student has shown off his incredible mechanics talent after he unveil a tricycle car he built from scratch. A video of him driving the car recently went viral and he has received much love since then.

Nigerians who came across the young student's video praised him for his talent. Briefly.co.za came across the video of the boy as he drove the tricycle car around after it was shared by a Facebook user identified as Kanmi Sam Tuyi.

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According to Tuyi, the young student hails from the Anambra state. It was gathered that the Anambra school boy built the tricycle with scrap materials he sourced from the waste bins around him.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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