“Nice Work”: Young Nigerian Man Builds “G-Wagon” Car With Local Materials, Drives It Around

“Nice Work”: Young Nigerian Man Builds “G-Wagon” Car With Local Materials, Drives It Around

  • A talented young Nigerian man built a G-Wagon-like car as he sourced the materials for the body locally
  • The man showed the vehicle for assessment while he turned on the ignition to prove that he did not use a tricycle's engine
  • Nigerians who commented on his video were full of praise for him as they prayed he gets the needed financial support

A young Nigerian man who fabricated a G-Wagon took the vehicle to a comedian (Mama Uka) to check it out.

Mama Uka said many people have been trying to trivialise the man's creativity, saying he used a keke engine for the vehicle.

G-Wagon fabrication/Talented man built car.
People were amazed by the man's talent. Photo source: @goddaychukwudieze
Source: TikTok

Man's G-Wagon impressed Mama Uka

He was asked to turn on the ignition in a video so the car's fan could roll for everyone to see. Many were surprised by what he had created.

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The young man (@goddaychukwudieze) said he can create many more things, and all he needs is financial support from people.

Watch the video below:

Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:

omodano said:

"This is great. Plese how long did it take you to build this car?"

akuhittmore said:

"Nice work."



Chukunaso said:


LOLO EDU said:

"Keep going the lord is your strength."

Egwuatu said:

"You gats do wheel balancing o."

He replied:

"Yes boss nah money we dey find."

Komolafe victor said:

"Nice job who less notice vw in g wagon."

Gire said:

"Wow God is good."

Man builds car with power bike engine

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a man in the Sagamu area of Lagos state amazed people with the vehicle he built by himself. The car looked like a tricycle (keke) from afar.

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It also has the body of a keke. But unlike it, the car has four wheels and a steering. The man driving the car confirmed he had built it. He added that he powered the car with a power bike engine.

Another Nigerian man upgrades G-Wagon

Similarly, a Nigerian man known as Ifeanyi on TikTok has made a video of the G-Wagon he and his team worked on and upgraded to a new model.

Apart from giving the vehicle a facelift in a TikTok clip, the interior of the G Wagon was revamped with new seats installed and the dashboard changed.

Source: Legit.ng

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