Country Where Things Work, Man Says, Shares Video of 'Moving Filling Station' in Dubai, Causes Stir

Country Where Things Work, Man Says, Shares Video of 'Moving Filling Station' in Dubai, Causes Stir

  • An emerging video showing a mobile filling station on a Dubai road has sparked mixed reactions on the net
  • The video was recorded by a man in Dubai who knocked his home country, describing the United Arab Emirates nation as a place where things work
  • The abroad-based African added that back home in Africa, one had to endure long hours in a queue to get petrol or fuel

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Some Africans were left awestruck following viral footage of a 'moving filling station' in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

This comes at a time the country is faced with fuel scarcity and an increase in its price.

Netizens react to video of a 'moving filling station' in Dubai
He knocked AFrica for its underdevelopment in that regard Photo Credit: SOPA Images, Instagram/@instablog9ja
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Dubai, a country where things work

A man who recorded the video shared by @instablog9ja on Instagram hailed the UAE nation as a place where things actually work.

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He shaded Africa, stating that people had to stay in queues at filling stations and even pay bribes just to get fuel.

In the short video he shared, a mobile filling station attendant is seen attending to a customer at night on a Dubai road.

The customer didn't have to leave his car as the mobile filling station attendant did all the work, just as is obtainable in the stationary ones in Africa.

Watch the video below:

Mixed reactions trail the video

@chocodami___ remarked:

"Everything for Nigeria na backwards mxwwww fuel wet we dey manufacture don scarce how na."

@chidoxflash commented:

"Countries are developing & innovating. Isn't like us here. Where nothing is happening."

@phyzee07 said:

"But here govt believe they have done something special building roads . They turn it politics."

@sammysteve_ stated:

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"Nigerians love to react to everything in another man's land. Make una dey calm down abeg ."

@ezeako1 opined:

"Dubai is a beautiful place to live and do your business or work. I love this country I wish am a local thou."

Rolls Royce Phantom car worth millions being used as a taxi in Dubai

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a man had shared a video of a luxury car he saw being used for business in Dubai.

To his amazement, he saw a Rolls Royce Phantom car being used as a taxi on a Dubai road.

In the video he shared that was made public by Instablog9ja on Instagram, commuters seemed not to be freaked out by the expensive whip that passed them as they all went about their businesses.

The man who shared the video shaded 'big boys and girls' who make noise after acquiring the whip, stating that in Dubai, it is not a big deal. Carbuzz has it that the Rolls Royce Phantom is a very expensive whip and its price starts from N186 million.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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