- Talented man constructs power plant, connects his entire village to electricity (photos)
- 67-year-old lady becomes an inspiration, she is a fitness expert, motivational speaker and chef (photos)
- Port Harcourt-based talented lady transforms car tyres into comfortable household furniture (photos)
- 22-year-old young graduate becomes an ACCA Affiliate (photos)
A young Nigerian teenager has inspired a lot of Nigerians after he built a house. The 16-year-old boy who built the nice mud house with clay in Edo state was captured n camera after the house was done. Read his story on NAIJ.
A young boy has caught the eye of many Nigerians after it was discovered that he constructed a tricycle popular known as Keke Napep. The young boy was found by a Facebook user identified as Chimaobim Nnanna. Read on NAIJ.
Four talented students of the Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO) have constructed a quadcopter surveillance drone for their final year project. The four geniuses constructed the drone to conduct surveillance.
A Nigerian man identified as Augustine Otuokwa Ogar has constructed a hydro-electric power plant that would generate electricity for the people in his community. The 32-year-old man constructed 200 megawatts mini power plant.
A 42 year-old Philemon Motaung couldn't find a job when he moved to Durban. So he began sewing denim bags and selling them. NAIJ.com learned that he moved to Durban from QwaQwa in the Free State in 2006 to look for a job.
The Akwasia MP has given her first speech on the floor of parliament. Her address was received with great enthusiasm from Members of Parliament. She made the headlines earlier this year after giving a speech at Ghana's 60th
A Nigerian man has redesigned his old and battered car into a luxurious vehicle. The man pimped up an abandoned rickety Peugeot 504 in Enugu. Read on NAIJ.
It was gathered that students of a government school in Enugu constructed the mini car from scratch with scrap metal sourced from areas around the state. All most Nigerians need is the items needed to make something great and
A Liberian blind and homeless man makes custom-made guitars from oil cans. He has won praise for playing them as well as a normal guitar. See more here.
A Nigerian lady identified as Peace Eze has made Nigeria proud with a wonderful achievement graduating as the overall outstanding student. Read on NAIJ.
A Nigerian man has constructed a car made out of local materials. The talented man constructed a vehicle that seems to a breed between an SUV and a small car.
A young and talented Nigerian woman identified as Olufunke Abimbola-Akindolie has been awarded as a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire.
It was gathered that the organisers of the Queens’s Young Leaders chose people based on the impact they have made to change the lives of the people around them.
The young lady who graduated with a first class from the department of medical rehabilitation received a sum of twenty-six thousand naira as cash prize.
A Nigerian man Orji Joseph has shared his success story after he graduated with a second class in mathematics from the Michael Okpara University of Agriculture.
The man graduated from the department of plant biology and biotechnology. It was gathered that the young man was honoured to give the valedictory speech.
The father identified as Daniel Amodu noted that he makes his son assist him so he would have something to do while he struggles to pay his school fees.
The young man identified as Alex Ephraims has built a "V6" combatant vehicle. He has added some crucial upgrades to the well-functioning car he built.
The teenager first won the competition while he was in Junior Secondary School, he has won first place for the second time in Senior Secondary School.
Plane crash survivor, Kechi Ogwuchi, took to Twitter to share photos of her custom-made jersey given to her by Super Eagles media officer, Oluwatoyin Ibitoye.
Kenya recently banned the use of plastics but a group of craftsmen from the coast came up with innovative ways of making use of the now forbidden materials.
The Ghanaian carpenter Okuoba Akomeah recently went viral online for his creativity and effort. He went viral after he constructed his first electronic bed.