MOMENT AS TRACTOR CONVEY COUPLES DURING A WEDDING CEREMONY
Africa is indeed blessed with indigenous inventions and techniques as many people credit this fact to be because Africa is the cradle of humankind, so is the cradle of rationality. The invention of such indigenous techniques however, makes Africans as one of the human race endowed with native inventions. However, this unique feature or attribute is mostly merited to individuals on the other continents. Why should this always be so?
A video currently surfacing online and causing massive stir on social media, revealed a wedding ceremony of an anonymous African country which was performed using tractors. It was vivid in the video that, two tractors were present at the premises of the ceremony, where each respectively conveyed the couples. Moreover, the groom stepped down of his tractor and joined the bride.
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