- A yet-to-be-identified young man has transformed a bus into a nice place that people can buy food and eat
- Tweeps were amazed by his creativity as some said that his business is very much capital demanding
- Inside the bus is well arranged, with a passage created to allow customers free movement without running into each other
A young man has taken creativity to a whole new level as he transformed his luxurious bus into a cool restaurant.
Sharing photos of his creation, a Twitter account with the handle @KasiEconomy said he made the conversion for the purpose of starting a fast-food restaurant.
In the place of passengers seat, the man fixed plastic chairs with a long slab that served as a table.
A section of the bus was converted into the kitchen where meals are served. At the midsection of the vehicle, there is a door that segmented the bus into a kitchen and customers' corner.
It should be noted that Legit.ng has not independently verified the photos at the time of writing this report.
See the photos below:
The post about the mobile restaurant has gathered over 57,000 likes with many quoted replies. Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"I would like to have this bus."
"Even the make of the bus is above 15m in Nigeria.. so it takes capital to enjoy such."
"Brilliant! Taking food truck to new heights!"
"This is well-thought-of. The bus is not moving. Safety protocols should be considered."
"I doubt if the bus will be moving while serving. I believe it will only move to park at a particular venue for customers to buy and eat there. Besides, this isn’t new naa..to those surprised."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a 10-year-old boy identified as Micah Idris displayed that he is on his way to becoming a successful entrepreneur.
The young entrepreneur, who sells lemonade, recently acquired an old school bus to transform it into a food truck.
The Philadelphia native was able to achieve this with the help of people who donated to his business after his mother started a fundraising campaign for him.
Joseph Omotayo writes for the human interest desk at Legit.ng. He graduated from Obafemi Awolowo University with a degree in Literature in English. He loves basketball and books. He tweets @omotayome.