- An unnamed young man has become popular after photos of his vehicle prototypes surfaced on social media
- Many were amazed by his innovation as they said people like him needed every support they could get to realise their dreams
- With what looks like tiny wires, the young man built vehicles like a petrol tanker and trucks
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The photos of a young man and his innovative pieces have surfaced online and they have got a lot of people talking. In the pictures, he could be seen posing beside one of the vehicle prototypes he built.
Northeast Reporters identified him as a Nigerian though Briefly.co.za's sister publication Legit.ng could not independently verify that he is.
In the pictures shared on Facebook, the unidentified man created trucks and cars with what looks like tiny wires.
His pieces are in great detail that goes to show the much effort that was put into making them.
See his photos below:
Many who commented on the photos lamented the fact that there were talents like him out there without the necessary help.
Below are some of the reactions from people:
Baba Abdullahi said:
"We are busy legalising BBnaijaTv program and awarding humongous prices while wasting innocent talent's on the street begging for help...naija the home of misplacement of priorities."
Abdulwahab Abubakar Waziri said:
"My god bleesed."
Simon Ezekiel said:
"...Our government really need to retrace their track cos needs to get better n most get better. U can image this innovator empowered with about #200,000 it will go a long way."
Mukhtar Muhammad said:
"Gud but support is needed from our government and private."
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that a Nigerian man, Muhammad Abdul Modibo, portrayed how amazingly skilled Nigerians are in their respective endeavours with his craft.
It was gathered that Muhammad converted an old Volkswagen Beetle vehicle into a Rolls Royce replica. Pictures of the Nigerian standing proudly with his creation were shared on the micro-messaging platform.
In other related news, an 18-year-old from Enugu state, Ugwu Chiagoziem, built an inverter among other things like power banks, and a hybrid battery system.
In 2016, after his brother encouraged him toward his innovative path, he was said to have built an inverter circuit with CD4047 which could give power to a mobile phone.
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