Following Okada ban, Onitsha people get creative, convert motorcycles to tricycles (photos)

Following Okada ban, Onitsha people get creative, convert motorcycles to tricycles (photos)

Nigerians are replete with talents all over. When a way is closed to them, they make another opportunity open. Recently, motorcycles were banned from the streets of Onitsha. In order to make a way out of this, the men in the region decided to convert their motorcycles into tricycles.

What they did was put a trolley on the seats of their motorcycles. Then, they added extra wheels which practically converted their bikes into tricycles.

Most people in the city subscribed to this idea and converted their motorcycles to this innovative invention and the streets of Onitsha are now practically littered with these motorcycles-turned-tricycles.

Their creativity was particularly liked and embraced by a whole lot of Nigerians. A particular lady named Jessique on Twitter took to sharing photos of this lovely invention. She showed pictures of motorcyclists riding in this fashion.

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See the photos below:

"Okada was banned. Tricycles were not. My Onitsha people got creative."

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Most Nigerians took to commenting on this post as they felt it expressed the high inventiveness of many people. See some of the reactions below:

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