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First self-driving car spotted in Lagos see Nigerians reacts (video)

First self-driving car spotted in Lagos see Nigerians reacts (video) Nigerians who saw a self driving car for the first time have reacted hilariously Some said the car was using a remote control while others jokingly said an unseen spirit was probably driving the car The incident which occurred in an unnamed location in Lagos created a buzz in the city. 

It was excitement laced with wonder when Nigerians spotted a self driving car for the first time on the street of Lagos. Mobbing the slow moving car, some wondered how it could be self driving while others said a spirit was behind the wheel. The video which was recently posted online shows a man curiously checking a slow moving car out and attracting other passersby in the process. Before long, many people have converged to see the ‘wonder car’, throwing forth suggestions as to the origin and mode of operation of the car.

One man said the car was using a remote control while another jokingly said an unseen spirit was probably driving the car. The incident which occurred in an unnamed location in Lagos saw Nigerians mobbing the car in efforts to check it out or take a video of it.

Hilarious moment Nigerians spotted a self-driving car for the first time and mobbed it (Video)

Hilarious moment Nigerians spotted a self-driving car for the first time and mobbed it (Video)

Hilarious moment Nigerians spotted a self-driving car for the first time and mobbed it (Video)

Hilarious moment Nigerians spotted a self-driving car for the first time and mobbed it (Video)

According to the eyewitness who shared photos from the burial on Facebook, he claimed that the late man was his good friend and that he could not believe his eyes when he saw the casket the man would be buried in. He also noted that he took time to ask the mortuary attendants why he was to be buried in a lion-like casket and they told him it was because the man was rich before his death. He emphatically noted that the burial was held on Friday, April 6, in Enugu.

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