Nigerian youths flaunt certificate as they graduate from mechanic training school in style

The internet has been set abuzz following the graduation of mechanics from a Nigerian auto training programme.

The academy announced via social media that its students in the 2022 set have graduated into the labour market.

It was learnt that the institution known as Froshtech academy trains youths to learn how to be good mechanics with tech-based solutions.

A video making the rounds online, shows a photo-reel of the graduating students who were awarded certificates after successfully completing the programme.

The graduands were congratulated by the academy and social media users were amazed that there is a school which teaches the intricacies of being a mechanic.

See the post below:

Reacting, tooshup wrote; There’s honor in every honest craft.

teflonabiodun; Bro, this is Automobile mechanics not mechanics sorry. And this job pays than a bank MD job. Dey play

the_omosede; Congratulations to them

yusuf__mariam; Omo see bouge mechanics ooo

hrmking_zino; I wan learn mechanic

monal_ia; Congratulations to them… Mechanical Baller’s

wfmoninuola; So mechanic don turn to baller, my boyfriend must learn this mechanic by fire by thunder

ngeedarlyn; Congratulations. We need qualified and certified mechanics to repair our cars. Congratulations to them.

nnenna_aldo; Na this kind mechanic wey dey attract billing.😂😂😂 small engine issue N 360,000. Abeg na the one wey dey use Nokia 3310 with torn clothes that I want 😂. Awon “madam off am! On am again! Off am! I talk am na the Brake pad ! “

In related news, a Nigerian software engineer identified as Helen Ugoeze Okereke, has designed a smart bulb that functions automatically.

She programmed the electric bulb to come on with the aid of human control by way of clapping her hand instead of standing up to turn a switch on.

The lady shared a video demonstrating how it works and she revealed that no other sound can turn it on except a hand clap.

Helen said she had to specifically programme it to respond to only her clap and no other noise or sound no matter how loud they are. She admitted that it was not an easy task to make sure the code differentiates the sounds.

In the video, the developer hit the table which the bulb was placed on to see if it will automatically turn on the bulb but that did not happen.

When she clapped her hand once, the smart bulb immediately showed bright light. She had to clap her hand twice to turn it off.

Taking to her Twitter page to show off her innovation, Helen wrote; ”Building a smart bulb that is controlled with a clap. The bulb turn on automatically when you clap and off when you double clap.”