- A young man's creativity has wowed South Africans on social media
- The innovator was caught on video driving his home-made whip
- He converted an old motorcycle into a Volkswagen vehicle
On Monday, June 8, a video was shared on social media showing a young man's home-made whip. The clip was posted on South Africa Live's Facebook page and within hours it managed to generate over thousands of views.
The young innovator used an old motorcycle as the base of his design. With various materials and his genius ideas, he managed to convert it into a unique-looking vehicle.
South Africans were impressed by his creativity and engineering and they applauded the genius young man online.
Malcolm Hendricks commented:
"This is not his first ride he made, he's very talented and his brother who helped him build it."
Jody Randolph wrote:
"What an awesome plan, you have to start from somewhere!"
Megga Tsekahali said:
"They are laughing at you now young man... but in the next coming years they are gonna brag that you came from their hood and how they know you."
Take a look at the video below:
In other news, a Nigerian author identified as Chigozie Obioma has won the 2020 Internationaler Literaturpries Award.
Obioma won the award through the German translation of his novel, An Ochestra of Minorities.
The award, which was founded in 2009, has been honouring outstanding contemporary works especially first-time translations “to rack up voices of relatively unknown authors in Germany”.
Reacting to the award, Obioma expressed his gratitude to his translator, Nicholai von Schweder, describing him as a remarkable man.
In his words: “While I’m grateful and elated, I owe this win to my wonderful translator, Nicholai von Schweder, a remarkable man and the very best."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a man who found out that he was not the biological father of his seven-year-old child had been told by his own parents that they were not his biological parents.
The disclosure was made by a man on Twitter identified as Jake Okechukwu Effoduh, who said the man's parents have been begging him not to divorce his wife.
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