- A man's amazing creative display has earned him massive traction on social media
- The man, in an emerging video created a strong and beautiful-looking umbrella from bamboo
- Social media users couldn't believe their eyes as they flooded the comment section with praises and words describing their awe at the rare artistry display
It is said that a man's gift makes room for him, this is the case of a bundle of talent who recently became an internet sensation.
The man whose identity is yet to be ascertained as of the time of making this report was captured in a video making a nice umbrella out of bamboo.
In the 59-second video shared on Linkedln by a user Ali Naqvi, the talented craftsman cut the bamboo into sizes fitting for the umbrella he intended to make and in a jaw-dropping instant crafted an umbrella.
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The video which has been watched over 17k times got huge reactions on the social platform as users appreciated the masterpiece and the hand that crafted it.
Marilisa Magro was stunned and reacted saying:
"I am impressed to see such a skill, this work is simply magnificent, perfect and beautiful, rare to see."
Robert Carson thought:
"Now that’s true craftsmanship."
Anabelle C. exclaimed:
"Astonishing artistry. Bravo!"
Macha Brizay commented:
"Just beautiful talent... Years of hard work."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that an Imo state man built Nigeria's first handmade mini excavator.
Fidellis Nwachukwu displayed his prototype excavator at the Abuja international motor fair. He said he has no formal training in engineering or mechanics and that it was in fact a vision from God that inspired him to make the excavator.
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Aside from being motivated by what he believes to be a divine inspiration, Nwachukwu exhibits a laudable motivation to use his work to help his country.
"I have a lot to offer my country, my plan is to develop this excavator. We all know that Nigeria is technologically challenged, and we Nigerians and the government are ignorant about this. I have a lot to offer my country, my plan is to develop this excavator."
Victor Duru is a Legit.ng journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students' Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. Connect with him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2