- A young Nigerian man from Aba, Abia state, has wowed many people as he built a nano-tricycle that can run
- Painted in the popular yellow colour, the man gave it horn and headlights that made the creation complete
- Many social media users who reacted to the video on Instagram lamented about the lack of support people like him face in the country
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A young Nigerian man has amazed many as he produced a miniature tricycle that looks exactly like the real one.
Many people gathered around him to watch the wonder he just created. To make it seem really like the big one, he affixed a horn and headlights. When the horn is honked, you will think it is a big taxi coming.
What a wonder!
A lady who was filming the whole thing talked about the wonder that she just witnessed to her viewers.
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@gossipmilltv shared a screenshot of a message that claimed that the machine was produced in Aba.
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered more than 800 comments with thousands of reactions.
Many praised him
Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:
"Shatta bundle your ride is finally here."
"Wow! Short people are very lucky."
"All these talents where are they ?? Is there anyone keeping tabs of them ?? Have the government any interest in them?"
"Igbos have talent of creativity."
"I trust my Igbo people now, with no disrespect to other tribes, we are special breed, the most industrious and creative set of people in the entire country. we are uniquely wired."
Young man builds sports car for 4 years
Earlier, Briefly News reported that a young man, Ibitoye Olajide Micheal, has single-handedly made a sports car. In an exclusive interview with Briefly News, the man said that he is from Orin Ekiti in Ekiti state.
He had his secondary school education at the Polytechnic High School in Ibadan. He said he would have wanted to study mechanical engineering at the Olabisi Onabajo University but he was denied admission on two different occasions.
Source: Briefly News