Every day, people search for ways to make their lives easier. As a result, modern computers are created to take the place of manual labor.
The simpler things are, the more time can be saved.
The kitchen is one place where many innovations for productivity and effectiveness have been developed.
Talk about a blender that can mix vegetables faster than a human can, and last year someone invented a fufu gadget that can do the pounding, to name a few.
There is a new addition, which is a Banku cooking unit.
A man can be seen using what appears to be a 'drilling machine' to stir the mixed cassava and corn powder on fire in a video that has gone viral on social media.
A pointed front on the machine stirs the Banku as he presses something on it.
Social media reactions
Social media users are not so pleased with this new invention.
A lot of them are of the view that this machine cannot do the work well enough.
Others also said with the struggle the man is going through to make it work, it means it’ll take more time — which would mean a lot of electricity would be consumed and the bills would go high.
Others also opined that the old method of using a ‘wooden spatula’ is far better.
Read some of the comments below:
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