- A Nigerian student has built a drone for his final year project
- The student named his drone 'Hope For Chibok Girls'
- It was gathered that the young physicist is a student of Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria
Legit.ng has gathered that a Nigerian student invented a drone that he named the 'Hope For Chibok Girls'. The student identified as Shettima Ali Kyari reportedly built the drone for his final year project.
The story was announced on Twitter by user Ummie Shettima, revealing that the student is a student of Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. The Twitter user also shared photos of the drone as it was flown on a track for test.
Shettima wrote: "An ABU physics student Shettima Ali Kyari made a drone as his final year project and named it 'Hope For Chibok Girls'."
The name 'Hope For Chibok Girls', Shettima Ali Kyari gave the amazing drone makes you wonder if the physics student truly built the drone for the hope for Chibok Girls. We might never know.
But, it seems like we are not the only ones wondering the same thing, the personal assistant to President Buhari on new media, Bashir Ahmad, also shared a tweet announcing the name of the drone.
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Ahmad also applauded the student Ali Kyari for the effort put into the drone. He wrote: "Hope for Chibok Girls. #ABU ��"
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