Nigerian student arrives school in his 'customized vehicle' in Enugu (photos)

Nigerian student arrives school in his 'customized vehicle' in Enugu (photos)

Nigerians have been described as creative people who would break boundaries if given the opportunity. All over the world, several Nigerians have given the country a good image, going by the positive things they have done.

As gathered by NAIJ.com from a Facebook user, Ubon George, a student at the Institute of Management and Technology (IMT), in Enugu, stunned other students and onlookers as he pulled up to the school in his car.

What surprised people mostly was the fact that his ‘car’ was nothing like the conventional vehicles we see around, but it still served its purpose.

The student cruised in school with his automobile that was made mostly from scrap metal, and he seemed not to be bothered by the stares he was getting.

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Upon inquiry from curious people, the student revealed that he was test driving his customised vehicle.

When he referred to the car as customised, he probably wasn’t joking, seeing as it’s arguably the only one of its kind in the world.

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In other news, NAIJ.com earlier shared photos of a new luxury tricycle, commonly known as keke napep that was made in Nigeria.

These new tricycles can be considered as luxury tricycles since they have everything the ones we are used don't have.

According to Facebook user Raphael E. Junor, the keke napep can take three to six passengers at a time. It has electric fan and good ventilation.

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