See how ordinary corper buys herself a new car as she celebrates her NYSC Passing Out Parade (POP)
An ordinary corper celebrates herself with a new car as she graduates from National Youth Service Corps (NYSC).
Ifeoma in her post, recounted how God have been blessing her during her time of service.
She said, she didn't sit down waiting for federal government to pay her monthly allowance which was earlier N19,800 though have increased to N33,000.
"See eh, in this my “CORPERship”, God didn’t let me suffer or beg for bread.. instead, I gave to many, put food on people’s table even during the pandemic!
"I only witnessed LIFTING UP where others saw a casting down. A lot of people asked, “YOU NA CORPER?”
"Yes oo, I be ordinary corper who didn’t have to sit around waiting for the governments miserable 19,800 allowance before its increase to 33k!"
Ifeoma disclosed that while serving as a youth corper she engaged herself into many businesses which includes; farming, film making, fish selling and also office administration.
"I be ordinary corper who is a farmer, a film maker, a fish seller and an office admin! I’ve never seen a better yesterday.
"Thank you God for always! NYSC Pass out is not a next phase for me cos I witnessed a NEXT PHASE in my life with each breaking day and witnessing God’s amazing grace in all that concerns me.
"This RED baby is a gift from ME to ME on my POP and she shall be called “PASSY-B”
"Thank you Mama Maria Ude Nwachi for all the love, encouragement and patronage.
"Congratulations to all B2 Corp members. See y’all on top"
As she express her gratitude to God for always making ways for her even when her colleagues see no way, she also said that she is not passing out from NYSC to start next phase of life, adding that she have started her next phase already without going back.
Meanwhile, the ordinary Corp bought herself the car from money she made from farming, selling fish, and making film.
Congratulations to her.
Please drop one word for this lady....
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