“It really works” – Bayelsa man stuns many as he builds a water bike that can ride on rivers

Nigerian man Tari Ibruku, who hails from Twon-Brass in southern Bayelsa, has stunned many by building a water bike that can travel across rivers.

Popularly known as 'Let's Go', Tari has captured the attention of locals and many online with his innovative water bike, as reported by NigerDelta Insider.

According to the NigerDelta Insider Facebook page, Tari recently tested his creation on a river, confirming its functionality and effectiveness.

The report highlights that the pedal boat, which took Tari four months to build, has proven to be a practical means of transport on the region's waterways.

Photos shared by NigerDelta Insider show Tari confidently navigating the waters on his unique bike, showing the craftsmanship and dedication that went into its construction.

The photos have created a wave of admiration and encouragement among netizens who are praising Tari's skills and creativity.

Comments from Internet users…

Amakson Fab said; “Congratulations brother, keep up the good work.”

Engr Onyebuchi Okafor said; “It's great creativity, keep it up.”

Pst Henry Ebitimi said; “I'm excited to own one soon. Congratulations to him.”

Min Frank Amaechi said; “Congratulations man, God bless, increase your talent and raise your destiny helpers by your side.”

Ibomanatein Aduema said; “Real and raw talent. God bless him. God continues to bless Bayelsa State. ''

Anthony Godwin said; “Wow, well done brother and keep this African technology moving. Congratulations to you and thank you for sharing with us.”

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