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Fans React As Blessing Okoro Shares Throwback Photos Taken During Her National Youth Service Year

Relationship expert, Blessing Okoro, has taken to her Instagram handle to share old memories of how she looked during her national youth service days and this has gotten her fans reacting on the video and photos sharing platform.

In Nigeria, it is mandatory for all graduates of tertiary institutions to serve their father's land for a period of one year as they are usually posted to states outside where they domicile or attend their higher education program. General Yakubu Gowon and Adebayo Adedeji were the two founding members in 1973. 

The program tagged the National Youth Service Corps(NYSC) is however streamlined to those graduates who have not exceeded 30 years of age as at the time of mobilization, while those who have exceeded the age limit are exempted and given exemption certificates. It is designed to foster unity national unity, inclusiveness, and cohesion among Nigerians irrespective of their political, social, cultural, ethnic and religious differences. 

So, sharing some photos from her national youth service days, Blessing Okoro wrote, "This should be your competition. Looking back at the old you and appreciating the new you. Your growth not other people's growth because you don't know their story." See her photos during and after her national youth service below:

Indeed, it is the best to compare your past and current growth that you would know whether you are growing positively or not. 

Blessing Okoro's fans have however started reacting to her stunning throwback photos. Many of them expressed their admiration and love for her simplicity. Others appreciated her beauty even she didn't have money at the time. 

Check out how her fans react as shares her throwback photos:-

Credit: Blessing Okoro||Instagram.

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