- An African lady has left many speechless with pictures of her simulated airplane restaurant she posted on Twitter
- The lady identified as Nne Mama said the restaurant is situated in Wuse 2, the Federal Capital Territory
- The interior of the restaurant gives customers the feeling of dining while in an airplane
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A lady identified as Nne Mama has wowed the social media community with her simulated airplane restaurant.
The lady with the Twitter handle @NnekaEdekobi took to Twitter to make the disclosure and share pictures of the restaurant.
The interior of the restaurant is a replica of an airplane and customers are given the feeling of dining on air.
Africans are known for their creativity and Nne is one of many people who are ready to go places with brilliant ideas.
Mtook to the comment section to commend her for such a beautiful restaurant.
Twitter user with the handle @mckennyspecial wrote: "This is top notch and world class. The Lord will multiply and glorify the business. Congratulations are in order!"
Another user with the handle @wealthy_yute wrote: "This is beautiful oh....who wants to take me out next week? Please I am not expensive... I will just drink water, eat chicken and chips then chapman with a suya potato."
Below are other reactions:
In other news, a lady identified as Nyifamu Ogechi Manzo has inspired people on social media with her success story a year after investing in poultry farming.
Sharing her story on Twitter, Nyifamu said she started poultry farming in a spare room her dad allowed her and her brother to use.
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She wrote: "We started from 50 birds and then 70, 100 and 120 birds over time."
Nyifamu said she thought of expanding her business and owning a farm since she had built relations and acquired a good number of customers.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that a young man identified as Tosin Arogundade invented a pressing iron that uses gas.
Tosin said he alongside one other person had been working on the project for three years, adding that their invention is up to standard.
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