A fish seller, simply identified as Paschaline Bernard Ifeoma, Celebrated her Passing Out Parade (POP) with a wonderful gift of a car, which she used to celebrate herself. She must have used her life saving plus the token she collects from National Youth Service.
Paschaline Bernard Ifeoma, Sharing photos of her new car and her NYSC discharge certificate, said she is an ordinary corper who didn't she sit around waiting for the government's 19,800 allowance, According to her, she worked hard, engaging In some other lucrative business and today, she Celebrates herself.
According to Ifeoma, she was not just fish seller, she's a farmer and a movie Maker, all these she put together while serving her father's land in Abuja. Not your your regular corper, who sits and wait for the end of every month to collect allawee from Government.
Still on the mood of her Celebration,she said that passing out from NYSC is not a next phase in life for her because she has already witnessed her next phase and aspiring to for greater heights.
Celebrate with her, leave a message on the comment section below and share this post to also encourage people to plan more in life.
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