- Hodonu Nathaniel is a Nigerian who has shown that the country's citizens have something to offer with their creativity
- Nathaniel converts coconut shells into beautiful handcrafts and he has received commendations online
- The Nigerian man converts coconut shells into cup, jug, lamp, spoon, kettle, among others
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A Nigerian man identified as Hodonu Nathaniel has joined other nationals making the country proud with their creativity.
The creative Nigerian man converts coconut shells into beautiful handcrafts. Nathaniel's works were shared on Charles Nwali Facebook page.
Some of the handcrafts Nathaniel makes with coconut shells include cup, jug, lamp, spoon and kettle.
Nigerians have been displaying how creative they are in recent times, and this is a testament to the fact that some are now thinking out of the box to provide for themselves.
With the limited white-collar jobs available, Nigerians are now creating opportunities for themselves instead of waiting for the government to provide opportunities for them.
Facebook users took to the comment section of the post to commend Nathaniel for his creativity.
Salome Makplang Ayuba wrote: "In this country? This is awesome."
Another Facebook user Awoniyi Ayodeji Moyosola wrote: "Wow, these are extremely beautiful. Well done sir."
Lépà Bòý wrote: "So lovely, he was my art teacher back in secondary school."
Ann Anwuzia wrote: "This is simply amazing! Wow! So creative and beautiful. Congratulations!"
Many are getting creative these days instead of sitting around and doing nothing. Recall that a young Nigerian man identified as Tosin Arogundade invented a pressing iron that uses gas.
Tosin said he alongside one other person had been working on the project for three years, adding that their invention is up to standard. He said they need help for their invention to be mass-produced for use.
The young man's invention is timely in a country where electricity is one of the major problems facing the populace.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian entrepreneur identified as Nnaemeka C Ikegwuonu invented solar-powered refrigerators to help rural fish and produce markets in Nigeria.
The young man operates ColdHubs, which uses transformative technology that tackles several problems at once.
Ikegwuonu is helping farmers to gain more profits as they are able to preserve their fish, fruits and vegetables.
Spoilage, which cuts down the profits that could be made, is being avoided through ColdHubs, which currently serves 3,517 farmers and fishermen.
The company has so far installed 24 Hubs and saved over 20,000 tons of food from spoilage. The firm employed 48 women to service the refrigerators.
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Nigerian man wows social media with handcrafts he made using coconut shells