Nigerians are very intelligent people with bright young minds. If their skills are properly harnessed, Nigerian graduates will do immensely well in their various endeavors.
Recently, some final year students of Adekunle Ajasin University Akure built a robotics dog for their final year project.
The students were identified as Aiyegbeni John, Adeyi Stephen, and Loiki Charles. According to these graduating students of the Physics and Electronics Departments, they came together to share ideas on how best they can make a robotic dog their final year project. They also revealed that the dog can move with the control of a remote pad.
Since the students posted the video online there have been a lot of comments by Nigerians on the innovative work.
See link to the videos here
Meanwhile, I hope that it doesn't stop with just praises from people. Hopefully, they will begin to get support from well meaning individuals and investors in diaspora.
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