First Ever Driver-less Bus Hits The Roads In Germany

Nigerian government officials sure has a lot to learn on how leaders build people and build countries.

Germany's first self-driving public bus has made its maiden journey on the streets of a rural town in the area known as Bavaria, taking locals from the train station to the town centre.

German transport company Deutsche Bahn tried the self-driving vehicle last Wednesday, delivering for up to a 700-metre route between the train station, the town centre, and the Birnbacher baths.

Designed by French startup company company EasyMile, the electric vehicle is known as EasyTen.