– A talented corps member identified as Arigbede Ojo Olaropo, has achieved a great feat in Edo state

– Olaropo moulded a realistic looking sculpture of a female corps member to the amazement of many

– A fan of the work of art shared photos of the statue on social media

Nigerians are undoubtedly one of the most talented Africans around. With skills ranging from music, acting, art, sewing and more, Nigerians have been able to prove themselves in a number of fields.

Just recently, a young corps member serving in Edo state, wowed many with his skilful hands after he moulded a realistic looking sculpture of a female corps member.

Quite a number of Nigerian youths go for their service year with different mind sets. However, probably very few of them think of how they can make a lasting impact in the state they were posted too.

Well, one young man, Arigbede Ojo Olaropo, has proven this theory wrong after he made a realistic looking sculpture at the Oredo local government in Benin city, Edo state.

Photos of realistic looking sculpture made by male corps member in Edo state

Arigbede Ojo Olaropo made a realistic looking sculpture at the Oredo local government in Benin city Photo: Ugochukwu Tony Oputa/ Facebook
Source: Facebook

Quite a number of people initially mistook the statue for an actual person until further inspection. A fan of the sculpture took to his Facebook page to share photos of it.

See a screenshot of his post below:

Photos of realistic looking sculpture made by male corps member in Edo state

Photo: Ugochukwu Tony Oputa/ Facebook
Source: Facebook

See some snaps below:

Photos of realistic looking sculpture made by male corps member in Edo state

Photos of realistic looking sculpture made by male corps member in Edo state
Source: Facebook

Photos of realistic looking sculpture made by male corps member in Edo state

Photos of realistic looking sculpture made by male corps member in Edo state
Source: Facebook

Photos of realistic looking sculpture made by male corps member in Edo state

Photos of realistic looking sculpture made by male corps member in Edo state
Source: Facebook

Lovely!

In other news, Legit.ng reported that a young Nigerian lady was recently called out on social media after sharing photos after her final exam and also claiming to be a Marlian and a graduate.

Quite a number of other Marlians took to the comment section to say true Marlians do not graduate, they drop out.

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