A Nigerian man whose name is Victor Israel has recently taken his Twitter handle to reveal the thing he saw in a vehicle he boarded in Lagos. Looking at the pictures this man shared on Twitter, the vehicle he board in Lagos does not have a fuel tank or the fuel tank is bad. Instead of the owner to fixi it, he put a 'jerican' inside the vehicle and use it as a tank. This man who was surprise to see this in a vehicle decided to share it online.
Below are the pictures of this artificial fuel tank.
However, this is actually dangerous because any spark in the car can cause the death of all the passenger in the vehicle, including the driver.
These pictures has gotten the attention of many people on Twitter thereby making them to react via likes and comments. See screenshots of some reactions below.
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