- A photo of a black and yellow tricycle that was seen in Scotland was shared on social media and people couldn't believe their eyes
- The tricycle resembles the ones that are used for transportation in Lagos state; many jokingly said a Nigerian man is the owner
- As reactions trailed the photo of the tricycle, a tweep said Nigerians will start importing UK used tricycle into the country
A Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @Tutsy22 has got people on the social media platform talking after sharing photo of a black and yellow tricycle seen on Scotland street.
The yellow colour of the tricycle gave it resemblance with the ones used for transport in Lagos state.
Sharing the photo, @Tutsy22 wrote:
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"Ahhh! You people have imported keke to Scotland."
"That's why we are the giant of Africa....we do the impossible."
"It is now remaining to be ordering uk used keke back to Nigeria. Next Business."
"Hahahaha. This is so good to see. I love this city."
"With the amount of Nigerians in that city, I’m surprised it took so long."
In other news, Legit.ng previously reported that a little girl became an instant hit on social media over her majestic photoshoot. The unidentified girl in a Twitter post by @Aestheticthin13 gave killer poses as she smiled for the camera.
The young model exuded so much confidence as she smiled balancing atop a tricycle popularly known in Nigeria as Keke Napep without being aided.
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In other adorable photoshoots, she strolled across the street, oblivious of the stares she was getting from passersby and onlookers.
In other news, Anthony Obinna Okafor is one of the many Nigerians not letting the challenges in the country deter them from pursuing their passion.
A graduate of Mechanical/Production Engineering, Okafor who studied at the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, wants to be known as Elon Musk of Africa.
"I want to be known as the man spearheading electric cars in Africa like Elon Musk is doing with his brand Tesla."
The young man's latest innovation is a solar-powered tricycle which he unveiled recently in Abakaliki, Ebonyi state.