– A fully automated gari processing factory has been launched in China

– The factory has machines that are able to convert the raw cassava all the way into fully processed gari

– People have been taken by surprise by the development and have been reacting massively

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China has set up a factory that is able to mass-produce gari which has been displayed in a video that is generating a lot of buzz on social media.

In the video shared by Ameyaw Debrah on his verified Twitter handle, a Chinese lady was seen showing how the factory operates and what function each machine has.

Gari is an indigenous food in Ghana and Nigeria that is usually manufactured locally from cassava and serves as a source of livelihood to many.

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The news of China’s new factory has warranted tons of reactions online.

Legit.ng has compiled a few of them below:

@meanages said:

Love how they’re very innovative. Our focus is on sex and its contents, morality, church and chilling.

@emmanuelfigasty mentioned that:

Ghanaians have known God that the whites that even introduce Christianity and Islam to Gh. Everything has been politics. Backbiting and dem things we just don’t have a future

@Tanef5h indicated:

We have been doing it the same old way for centuries how they have come to learn and are now using improved methods

Fully automated gari processing factory launched in China; Ghanaians can't keep calm
Fully automated gari processing factory launched in China; Ghanaians can’t keep calm
Credit: @Ameyaw112
Source: Twitter

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Meanwhile, it was reported that photos of a pump that is powered by the engine of a motorcycle have resurfaced online and drawn comments from people.

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While Legit.ng could not identify who made it at the time of writing this report, a 2012 YouTube video shows that the pump has been around for a while.

Reposting the photos weeks ago online, a Facebook page named Jethro described the innovation as one that would go a long way to help farmers in the community.

Source: Legit