- A Nigerian man has displayed amazing talent after constructing a sports car with condemned iron
- The innovative young man could be seen cruising around town with his sports car
- Video of the car was shared on social media and Nigerians commended the man for being innovative
A Nigerian man has got people talking on social media after constructing a sports car with condemned iron and carton paper.
A video of him cruising with the car emerged online and Nigerians showered encomium on the innovative man.
The sports car has no door and windscreen and its dashboard was covered with a carton.
Watch the video shared by gossipmillnaija of the man cruising in his ride below:
Nigerians were impressed with the young man's creativity and they flooded the comment section of the post with their thoughts.
"This video must go viral and get connections in jesus name Amen."
"Nigerians are very innovative but Nigeria is not."
"We've got talent but no chances of executing them, so sad."
"Road safety go still hold am for no seatbelt."
In a previous report by Briefly.co.za, a Nigerian man identified as Muhammad Mustapha wowed the social media community after using local materials to construct a vehicle.
Pictures of Mustapha's invention made the rounds on social media and Briefly.co.za sighted them on Northeast Reporters Facebook page.
Mustapha, who is from Gombe state, drove the vehicle around for residents and passersby to see and appreciate his invention.
In other news, it isn't every day you see someone driving an R30 million car in Johannesburg streets but one car fanatic did - and he or she managed to get the beautiful beast on camera. In a post that was uploaded by @Motor_Magnet, the caption explains that the Bugatti Veyron was spotted in Rivonia Johannesburg.
"Your eyes are not deceiving you! After many years of rumours, the elusive black Bugatti Veyron has finally shown itself on public roads! Pushpin Johannesburg.
"It is a 1/12 Sang Noir edition worth about $2 million, and seems to be the one which flew into Zambia last year," the car fanatics page captioned the picture of the expensive Bugatti.
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