We show that vibrating protrusions inside a microchannel are capable of steering fluid away from their relative orientation. This phenomenon is brought forth by symmetry-broken design of these protrusions. Vibration of these asymmetric protrusions is reciprocated in the streaming effect at the boundary layers of the channel thus inducing a net fluid flow. Additionally, we show that the flow direction is sensitive to switching acoustic frequencies. This acoustically-induced flow has the potential for transportation of nanoparticles as well as complex micro-structures. We hereby demonstrate this utility for contactless actuation of flagellar micro-agents as a foreground towards targeted drug release.