Man Walks on Wet Ground While Carrying Loads of Eggs on One Arm

Man Walks on Wet Ground While Carrying Loads of Eggs on One Arm

- A young man recently wowed social media with his strength and balance after a photo of him went viral

- The Senegalese national could be seen carrying loads of egg on his arm as he walked on slippery ground

- Many who reacted to the photo hailed the young man for his strength and balance

A Senegalese man has shown the world how skillful he could be with placing loads of eggs on his arm without letting them fall despite walking on wet ground.

In a photo that has gone viral on social media, the unidentified man could be seen crossing a road as loads of eggs sat atop his arms.

Not everyone can boast of this level of strength, and this is why many people flooded the comment section of the post that was shared by @AfricaFactsZone.

@BoiTrigga21 wrote:

"May Jesus bless the works of this dude."

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Man Shows Incredible Strength & Skill as He Walks on Wet Ground While Carrying Loads of Eggs on One Arm
The young man displayed amazing strength and skill. Photo credit: @AfricaFactsZone
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@aris_komtong commented:

"You see those sandals he's wearing, they can even walk on water. Brings back fun memories."

@OtOtSteven said:

"You understand the loss when he slips. Why risk."

In other news, a young Nigerian man, Demilade Kosemani, has been honoured by the Canadian Embassy in Nigeria for his selfless service.

A worker at the mission house, he was given an award for his dedication as a member of staff.

The high commissioner of Canada in Nigeria, Nicholas Simard, also wrote about the young man on Twitter.

He said that the award was well deserved, revealing how Demilade has been working hard since he started leading the mission as its commissioner.

Many Nigerians have praised the young man for doing the country proud and showing the great potentials youths in the nation have.

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