- A certified mechanic with the handle @wanjohn1 has wowed many with his skill after refurbishing a damaged car
- Transformation photos of the vehicle got people talking as many asked him to move to Lagos state so as to make more money
- There were people who wanted to know his precise location so that he could work on their rides
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A young engineer with the Twitter handle @wanjohn1 has set social media abuzz after he shared the 'before' and 'after' photos of the car he worked on.
In a post on Tuesday, December 29, the man said he towed a Toyota Highlander from Lagos in November down to the Osun state capital, Osogbo.
He said that after the car arrived in Osogbo, he got to work without much ado, righting the damaged body of the automobile.
The engineer's finished work got many talking about how really talented he is as people could not reconcile the refurbished car with its old self.
See his post below:
His work got much reception on Twitter. As at the time of writing this report, his tweet has close to 10,000 likes.
Below are some of the reactions:
"Nice job. You sure say that Osogbo no dey dull you? Obe dey Lagos o."
"Guy wetin you de wait for. Men dem de, but make una start pimp my ride bro."
"Please ignore all these people telling to move to Lagos. If your work is good enough for you to be contacted from Lagos, your business will succeed anywhere regardless. Ask them if all the mechanics in Lagos are all rich already for them to be talking about you going to join."
"People don't know we have badass Mechanics in Osogbo.A good job well done boss."
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"This is really amazing... But the money wey u use refurnish am suppose reach to buy new one."
The mechanic replied:
"The money no even near am at all."
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that many Nigerians could not stop talking after the video of a vehicle made in Nigeria went viral online.
Called the Nord Tank, Ajayi Oluwatobi, the CEO of the manufacturing company, talked about the automobile, saying that the vehicle was specially built for Nigerians.
In the short clip, the camera panned around it to give people a tour of its exterior view.
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