A Nigerian man identified as Praise Akinlami, has shared his disheartening experience on social media, recounting the discovery of his meticulously researched final year project work in a trash bin.
According to him, his friend stumbled upon copies of his final year project work discarded in the trash.
This revelation has left Akinlami and others deeply dismayed, considering the significant investment of time, effort, and resources that go into such projects.
In his emotional video, Akinlami expressed his frustration, revealing that he had meticulously planned his project work as far back as his freshman year (100-level).
He further lamented that he had poured substantial financial resources and endured considerable stress to produce the research work, only for it to meet a fate reserved for waste.
@CHAIRMAN said; “You want to graduate or not?”
@Iam_deefederal said; “Don’t involve government yet abeg na final year I dey. Make I finish first before I hear say something do something.”
@iamedric1 commented: “The essence of the project is for you to learn or prove what you have learnt. You don’t expect them to hold it forever.”
@celeb asked: “So what are they supposed to do with the project?”
@MARTYNS.CI said: “Always end up in the dumpster after spending so much money. Waste! The most painful part is that they never read it.”
@two-facechefunlimited commented: “Guy I spent 300k for the project plus 80 to soft my lecturer up.”
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♬ original sound – Praise Akinlami