Reactions As Man Builds A Super Car, Drives It On The Street
Africa is a continent blessed with lots of talented individuals who have been showcasing their works for the world to see.
According to a post from A Facebook page , a Certain man have amazed people bafter building a Moveable car which was tagged as "Super Car".
The Technology Industry in Africa is Growing. There are currently 643 innovation hubs across the continent. Africa's technology industry is rapidly growing. There has been a massive growth in technology hubs across the continent, growing over 50% in the last several years.
To the unaware, Africa is still known as the Dark Continent; however, numerous trends continue to show how much progress has been made on the African continent. More importantly, there has been a lot of technological advancement that the majority of the world is unaware of. It is my belief that most of the issues faced by the continent will be solved through the use of technology.
Theman went on the streets and drove his car to the astonishment of Passers that he could not stand and had an image of the car driven by his helmet manufacturer.
The car is truly a wonderful car because we don't see the usual cars on the lane. In fact, it is an Extra Tyre two-seater car behind the car. In fact. The car seems to be close to completion when it comes to spraying and turning.
As always, people are not going to hesitate to commend positive stuff. Many took time to commend the effort of the Young Nigerian Man.
Remember The 18-year-old student of the Chantan M/A Basic School in Accra, Ghana, who just completed his Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE), came into the limelight after videos of him driving in his Lamborghini-like car to school on the last day of his BECE examinations went viral on social media.
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