- A young Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @AlexanderAnike was praised for making a bed frame that could rival any of its kind out there
- People described his work as beautiful, saying it would have been lovely if he added its price
- When he was asked where he is based and if nationwide delivery is successful, the man said Abuja
A young Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @AlexanderAnike has gone online to display his carpentry skill.
On Sunday, February 14, the man shared the photo of a luxurious bed frame he made as he begged tweeps to retweet it for a wider reach.
The cushioned frame has a double-padded side-rest where one may choose to lie or sit on. It also has a cabinet at the edge where drinks or valuables could be stored.
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Many found the work beautiful as they asked him how they could get one for themselves.
See his post below:
At the time of writing this report, the post has gathered over 27,000 likes with many comments. Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Na motor abi bed be this?"
"This one has covered the small room am managing oo, na to just put steering and roof remain or maybe na convertable sef. Your piece is dope bro."
"Great job. this is what our people spend millions to buy from China."
"If person sleep for this one, e go wake up so!?"
"This is gorgeous. You killed it here man. More wins."
"Pls where's your location? This is needed in Kaduna. You could send me a Dm on delivery timeline and cost. Thanks."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a corps member, identified as Winnie Jane, praised her daddy who saws wood for how he went through hardship to make sure she gets an education.
Posting photos and videos of her dad working, the lady wrote that his wood business has been the source of their survival since they were kids.
Jane said that she will work hard to make sure her father reaps the fruits of his labour. She said that she had always thought sawing wood was easy until she one day tried to do the same.
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.