There are indeed raw talents ripe for a bountiful harvest in this country Nigeria. There is news making the rounds on the internet now of a young talented Nigerian man who has turned his Toyota Venza whip into one of the most expensive cars on earth.
This young talent with the name Nonso Off or hails from Oraifite in Anambra State. He personally transformed his Toyota Venza to a red Rolls Royce Sweptail.
Photos of the modified car have caused massive reactions on social media as people expressed utter amazement at the man’s manufacturing talents.
The saying that when life gives lemons, one should turn them into lemonades has been demonstrated in the automobile creation of a Nigerian man. The Oraifite indigene in Anambra State identified as Nonso Offor transformed his Toyota Venza car into a Rolls Royce Sweptail.
The Rolls Royce Sweptail is an expensive whip made in the United Kingdom by Rolls Royce Motor Cars and goes for $13 million (N5.3 billion).
Beautiful Life reports that the car is the most expensive ever. While it is not clear what the intention of the man is in transforming the car, it has since become an internet sensation. One stunned Facebook user, Darlington Chidera Ibekwe, shared photos of Nonso posing in front of the transformed whip and different views of the car.
See reactions below:
Prince Chuks remarked: “And while he was doing this or even disclose this to some of his friends. They might even call him f*ol.”
ObinnaCoti Ikekwem stated: “Soon, a foreign country will pick him up and utilize his talent. I weep for this Nation that cannot harness and make use of her talented citizens. Is Nigeria CURSED???”
Elochukwu Abams wrote: “The company of that Toyota venza and Royce may not find this funny, its better to get a raw material or different motor parts then create your own car than converting someone’s work to another person’s work also.”
PA Dave stated:“If there are talented persons that should be rated worldwide, they originate from Nigeria. It’s sad that many of these talents are not encouraged by our government. “Well done sir. “Wunderbar!”