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Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Man from Niger State Drives Wooden Car To 2016 Expo in Abuja.

This car was made by a man from Bida in Niger State. They say He drove it all the way from Niger State to the 2016 EXPO held in Abuja. Car body is made from local wood.












Is this for real?..We have so much in Nigeria and its time to start looking inward.


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    1. Disadvantage of dis car
      No make person vex o o co d person go just pour fuel all over n burn it

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  2. Wow very nice car

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  3. Waoh Waoh, the government needs to invest on things like this to make nigeria a better place

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  4. Beautiful! May God help us more to discover our talents.

    God bless

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  5. Beautiful! May God help us more to discover our talents.

    God bless

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  6. Cool idea why not- but I don't want to do crah test with it.
    During WWII Germany built stealth bomber airplane using wood as a main material.

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    1. Shut up there, losing ur v is ur choice, don't blame no one.

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  8. Stella that's why bubu said change begins with u. Nice one beautiful car.

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  9. Bida to Abuja is 1 hour. He tried. He should come to Lagos with it.

    Congrats he tried. I like him

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  10. Stella, we used to ve so much in Nigeria but the government weren't looking inward. Now we dun really ve much cus so many died in the Mediterranean sea while seeking for greener pastures while some gave up to their family juju.

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  11. Ooh my gosh its a convertible I so love his creativity.
    Kudus man.



    *hangs leg on the window*

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  12. What's the advantage of wood over metal?

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    1. Very light and also strong
      Cheap

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  13. Wow...Wawu....Wawu. E patewo fun. Generator ko niyen ninu bonnet e ni? Opolo po.
    *God bless my Angel in human form*

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  14. Like seriously? This is wonderful

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  15. Na 'convertible' sef. Na plate no remain,lol.

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  16. Up Niger! The body is well polished, nice.

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    1. Is that generator inside the engine?

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    2. PG 18
      Lol, what is this bullshit? So this mumu carpenter think say na play we come play? All I see is art work and not invention. Any carpenter can do this na! So childish smh.
      ASHAWO WAS 1's A VIRGIN

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    3. One of the best hidden talents.
      If only the country will take him serious and not ignore him.
      People like the maker of this car can be used to make low budget cars for very low income earners.

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  18. Nice!!! I wish the government can start investing in people with brilliant patents and ideas..like this one.

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  19. Wow!!!!!
    This is beautiful honestly!
    Wow!!!!!
    I pray he will be highly encouraged ooo not all these talk talk, no action!
    I'm so impressed.
    Nigeria, Good People, Great Nation.

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  20. It sure is dear Stella, it sure is 😌😌😌

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  21. We Nigerians have always been creative,just no capital or encouragement to back up our innovative ideas,that's why you find most entrepreneurs or inventors going outside the country to sell their ideas.
    Really sad

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  22. For where?will these corrupt old men look inwards?
    They'd rather die than look inwards,they prefer to buy exotic car and all.

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  23. Hehehehehe
    Funny looking car
    Dash I no collect.

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    1. He built it with the available tools he had

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  24. Creative but not protective
    Give a better protective paint
    To make it more durable

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  25. Nigerians are Intelligent but lazy

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    1. Bizzmane Interiors - 3D Panels for walls & ceiling, Wall Paper & 3D Floors - 08062642259 , 0708410882613 September 2016 at 21:28

      That's not true. Maybe you're not a Nigerian. Check yourself well.

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  26. Yes ooo. Its for real. I saw this car pass by wuse zone 3

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  27. Will they ever support him? Such a useless country

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    1. PG 18
      Nothing to support here please
      ASHAWO WAS 1's A VIRGIN

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  28. Like the Horton brothers

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  29. Our selfish leaders won't support him, this is creativity me like it.

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  30. How many undergraduates have built cars? Yet automobile companies will rather employ 'foreign' expertrates. Very sad indeed. See talent and skill !!!

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  31. Bizzmane Interiors - 3D Panels for walls & ceiling, Wall Paper & 3D Floors - 08062642259 , 0708410882613 September 2016 at 21:31

    A welcome concept. But not sustainable given so many factors. But still a good one. Kudos to the creator.

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  32. Discovery Sense Travels and Logistics
    you're welcome
    we celebrate you...

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  33. So creative. All these agbalagbas in power won't encourage young minds like this. Kworrupt fifle

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    1. Bizzmane Interiors - 3D Panels for walls & ceiling, Wall Paper & 3D Floors14 September 2016 at 00:44

      True. This a moving hazard. Highly combustible. And prone to denudative factors.

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  35. we have great talent in naija
    if only our yeye Government will support
    but mbanu they wont support this
    na to dey thief money dem sabi
    thanks to mtn and co thats helping dem to nurture dre dream

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  36. Lol
    Great creative idea but makes no sense.
    What if there is fire, before you say gbam, the fire don burn the car.



    KING XOXO MYSTERY

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