The European countries are noted for most of the new inventions in the world but we as Africans also have a lot of talented men and women. The Ghanaian comedian, Nathaniel Mensah, popularly known as Ajeezay has shown a video on his official Facebook showing a man that has been able to make two-in-one furniture. The comedian after coming across this video described the owner as a man full of creativity making Africa proud.
Looking at the image below, the artefact the Africa man has manufactured is a bed. But this same bed can be folded to a stoffen chair. To do that this man would have to remove the bid mattress on top of the bed and gently shift the lower part of the bed to the upper part.
When the man removed the bigger mattress, you could see that he has also designed something like a cabinet under the bed. This part can be used to store something very vital to you. And the most important of all, this bed looks very strong and beautiful. If you are not told that this artefact can be turned into a chair you will not believe it.
You can also watch the video of how to use this artefact through the link below:
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