- An oyinbo man recently caused a stir after he was spotted at an airport moving with his automated travelling box
- In a trending video, the box moved on its own and this stunned everyone who watched the clip on TikTok
- However, some people criticized the invention as they stated that it might get stolen without the owner noticing
An oyinbo man has been captured on camera showing off his automated travelling box.
In a viral video, he was spotted walking down an airport while the travelling box followed behind.
The box was not being pushed by anyone. It moved on its own, surprising many people who saw the clip.
Although it looks impressive and stress-free, some people criticized the box and listed its disadvantages.
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A lady identified as @chuka_jim on TikTok is of the opinion that it might get stolen without the owner noticing since it just moves closely behind.
TikTok users share their thoughts
"Suddenly .. the battery is out .. and he realize that he lost his bag 30 min ago."
"Some airlines wont let them on the plane so watch it if you get one."
"My daughter uses and wheelchair and this would be great for independent travel."
"Does it hit your heels when you suddenly stop just like at the store when your mom has the cart and stops and then run over heels with your feet."
"I am sure you would not be able to do that in my country. They will steal it within seconds."
"Travelling while holding your suitcase gives another vibe of fashion, even if this, it's cheap I wouldn't buy."
"Is good to such countries but some countries you can look back and the bag is no way to be seen."
Watch the video below:
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Akaezuwa, a scientist and engineer, led the team to develop the bikes to answer fuel problems in the East African country, which the Ugandan President, Yoweri Museveni described as groundbreaking and a departure from the use of petrol vehicles.
According to the Nigerian-born engineer, his team used local talents in developing vehicles to solve the transportation needs of the Ugandan people.