Man Shows Skill as He Walks on Wet Ground While Carrying Eggs on 1 Arm

Man Shows Skill as He Walks on Wet Ground While Carrying Eggs on 1 Arm

- A young man recently wowed social media with his strength and balance after a photo of him went viral

- The Senegalese national could be seen carrying loads of egg on his arm as he walked on slippery ground

- Many who reacted to the photo hailed the young man for his strength and balance

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A Senegalese man has shown the world how skilful he could be with placing loads of eggs on his arm without letting them fall despite walking on wet ground.

In a photo that has gone viral on social media, the unidentified man could be seen crossing a road as loads of eggs sat atop his arms.

Not everyone can boast of this level of strength, and this is why many people flooded the comment section of the post that was shared by @AfricaFactsZone.

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@BoiTrigga21 wrote:

"May Jesus bless the works of this dude."
Man Shows Incredible Strength & Skill as He Walks on Wet Ground While Carrying Loads of Eggs on One Arm
The young man displayed amazing strength and skill. Photo credit: @AfricaFactsZone
Source: UGC

@aris_komtong commented:

"You see those sandals he's wearing, they can even walk on water. Brings back fun memories."

@OtOtSteven said:

"You understand the loss when he slips. Why risk."

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that a woman who made a life for herself in Canada celebrated owning 3 houses at 35. A hardworking woman, Adeola Olubamiji, has looked back at her life and appreciated how she achieved everything she thought she could not get at 35.

At 35, the lady is a tech company director, owns three houses and is one of the 100 sought-after women in Canada, among other achievements. The successful woman said that she needs four big cakes and vacations to celebrate her birthday.

People congratulated Adeola, saying she has indeed done well for herself at such an age. There were those who wanted to know how she handles everything with such ease.

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that there was pure success for a young man who started his own brick making business. A man with the Twitter handle @MRBRIKILA1 said that he returned to the country after many years abroad to start all over.

The man revealed he came back with just a brick machine, adding that going back home was not an easy decision. According to him, to start his brick-making company, he was given a bushy location. After years of hard work, the man grew the business into a big one.

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