- A young entrepreneur took to Twitter to show off his brilliant invention - gloves that light up to help people work in dark and wet areas
- The tweep, who is simply known by his handle @Mnjgadgets, designed waterproof LED gloves
- The clip of his creation quickly went viral, reaching more than 3.7 million views
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On Monday, a young entrepreneur from Buffalo, New York, took to Twitter to share a video of his genius invention.
The businessman, who is only known by his Twitter handle @Mnjgadgets, showed off his waterproof LED gloves that would work wonders for plumbers, electricians, technicians and frankly anyone who wants to see while working in small, dark and even wet spaces.
In the clip, the entrepreneur demonstrates how his invention works. He captioned the post:
"God I've seen what You've done for others on this app, do the same for me. I'm a young entrepreneur selling LED gloves. A simple like or retweet could help me get exposure."
Take a look at his post below:
Social media users were in awe of the genius invention and they showed @Mnjgadgets some support.
The clip managed to gather more than 3.7 million views and generate thousands of reactions.
Twitter user, @kingkeezzy, commented:
"Speaking as a plumber who works in dark rooms often. This amazing man, great innovation."
Lee Davis, who goes by the Twitter handle @WLeeDavis, wrote:
"I own a outdoor lighting company. Would be interested in buying some for my guys working at night."
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Meanwhile, on Monday, Briefly.co.za reported a man finally landed a job after searching for employment for five years.
Trevor Sidogi is one talented man - his small-scale replicas of houses and football stadiums have wowed South Africans online for months. However, sadly enough, talent is not always enough to give one a comfortable life.
Trevor has in the past revealed online that he sells his works of art to make ends meet. Despite being talented, he struggled to find a good-paying job to take care of his family - until now. Trevor revealed that after years of unemployment and looking for a job, he has finally been given the opportunity to prove himself.
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