What An Achievement! Corper Bought A Brand New Car With Her Hard-Earned Money (Photos)
The adage that says "Hardwork pays" really serves as a true fact. An incidence has proven the value of Hardwork as a Corper bought herself a brand new car to celebrate her graduation from National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). It was an happy moment for the young lady who could not hide her joy as she shared pictures of her new car.
The lady known as Paschaline Bernard Ifeoma shared the pictures of her new car alongside herself holding her NYSC Cerficate. She gave all the glory to God who made her archieve her aims. She made it known that during her NYSC service, she didn't depend on government allowance as she worked hard to earn her money.
Ifeoma revealed that she did a lot of jobs for living, which includes; Fish Selling, Film Making, Office job, and Farming. She made it known that she is not planning of searching for jobs following the completion of her NYSC programme, as she already has a lot of jobs at hand. Out of her efforts, she bought a new car.
Ifeoma's action serves as a great one that is so worthy of emulation. People should not be stagnant, they should put more efforts. Also, her action serves a good lesson for students to be hard working and not to be lazy. Congratulations to Ifeoma.
Check Out Lovely Photos Of The Corper With Her Car
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