Zainab Aliyu the young lady Who Was falsely accused In Saudi Arabia For Drugs, finally Completes her NYSC. The Young Nigerian lady who was jailed in Saudi Arabia for possesion of drugs she did not have knowledge of, & it took the intervention of President Buhari to ensure her rescue, has finaly completed the NYSC programme.
Not long after she was released & returned to Nigeria, Zainab Aliyu started the mandatory 1 year NYSC programme and she just concluded with the latest batch.
Abike Dabiri Erewa, the chairperson of NIDCOM (Nigerians in Diaspora Commission), took to microblogging platform to celebrate Zainab after she concluded her NYSC.
Dabiri-Erewa who shared a photo of Zainab flaunting her NYSC certificate captioned it saying:
Remember Zainab Aliyu, the young lady falsely jailed in Saudi for conveying drugs she had no knowledge of & rescued with the swift intervention of @MBuhari has just completed her NYSC programme. We wish Zainab the best as she moves on to great success in her life.
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