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Final Year Student Collapse After Taking Hard Drug Before Project Defence (Video)

A video is currently circulating online showing a final year student acting strangely after taking a hard drug known as colorado before going to defend his project.

The video was posted on an Instagram story by a fellow student and it shows the young man uncontrollably acting like he is high and zoned out.

It was shared with the caption; ”When you take colos before defending your project”

He was surrounded by another students who kept trying to help him, but they couldn’t control his uncontrollable behavior or restore him back to his senses.

When the people trying to help him realised the situation was beyond them, they let him be.

Taking drinks/substance to get high in varsity is not uncommon. Some students who take it before presentation do so because they have stage fright or they just want to be bold. PLEASE SAY NO TO HARD DRUG

Reacting to the video, some netizens had these to say:

anniee_1k_collections wrote: Some supervisors are very strict ehnn that you just have to take that before going to defend , but excess?😂

uche_phones wrote: Dem don deceive this one say he go make an no shame if he Dey defend

amrichy wrote: I guess he was expecting to feel confident to stand before his lecturers. Very stewpid strategy

You can watch the video below:

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