- A talented young boy has received praises from people on social media after converting a bicycle into a bike
- In a trending video, the new bike owner rode his innovation to a nearby fuel station to fill up the tank
- Social media users who never thought that such a conversion could be made are currently celebrating him
A smart black boy has earned massive accolades online after showing off his recent innovation to the world.
The young boy constructed a moving bike using some parts of an old bicycle and scrap metals he picked.
A viral video shows him at a fuel station filling up his tank. In the process, a stunned eyewitness walked up to him to ask questions about his innovation, and he responded just like a big man.
The video has surprised people on social media who praised Africans as a whole for having great talents.
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Social media users hail talented boy
Wisdom officials said:
"This is very creative."
"Wow this is so beautiful. I just dey wonder wetin my own talent be."
"When I see blacks like this with so much talent, i get so happy. I wish he gets the support he needs cause this is huge."
"He is a rare genius. Not anyone can do this."
Watch the video below:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a 16-year-old teenager, Adewale Quoyim, is a testament to how great a person’s imagination could be.
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He converted his bicycle into a motorcycle all by himself without being helped. Speaking with BBC News Pidgin in an interview, he said people told him he cannot use a generator engine as a motorbike engine. When that was going to dampen his determination, his father encouraged him.
Now that he is riding his creation to several places, he said the same people are surprised that he made it work. The SS3 student stated that he started learning mechanical work when he became an apprentice at just 10 years old.