"Wonders Shall Never End": Man Rebuilds His Keke to Look Like Helicopter, Video Shows Him Riding Around Town
- A man stunned people after he decided to reconstruct his Keke Napep and gave it a new look
- The creative man stormed the public with the reconstructed Keke which had a tail like an aeroplane
- TikTok users who have seen the video have expressed admiration for the man's technical prowess
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A man has posted a video on TikTok to show how he reconstructed his tricycle popularly called Keke Napep to look like a helicopter.
The video of the reconstructed Keke was posted by a user named @nanaadwoakorang.
The video did not show how the man got his Keke customised to his taste, but it shows when he picked passengers in it.
Video of a Keke customised to look like an aeroplane
In the 18 seconds clip, the man rode into the public with the Keke, and people were stunned at how it looked.
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Even his passengers could not contain their excitement after they had the opportunity to ride in the 'aeroplane Keke.'
His creativity has been praised by some TikTok users who find his technical improvements on the machine to be impressive.
The video posted on January 2 has now gone viral and got more than 908 likes on TikTok alone.
Watch the video below:
Reactions from TikTok users
"Akim Adwafo private jet."
"God BLESS YOU."
"Wonders shall never end. Hahaha, so beautiful and adventurous."
@Wonder boy king cherles said:
"Good work up coming."
"Well done for the innovation."
"Eiii Ghana's car or plane?"
"Very nice continue."
@Kwasi Gyamfi commented:
"Roads and highways including feeder roads should stop this dude using this killer machine to convey people."
Boy who built G-Wagon replica meets Mama Uka
Meanwhile, Legit.ng also reported that a Nigerian boy built a G-Wagon replica and rode it around town in a viral video.
The video was posted on TikTok and it quickly caught the attention of the general public.
It was said in the video that the boy spent a lot of money in building the car and thankfully, it worked.
The boy whose name is Chukwudi and who is from Enugu state recently met with Nigerian comedian, Mama Uka.