National Youth Service Corps is a program established by the Federal government of Nigeria in 1973 to involve graduates (from both University and polytechnic) in building and development of the country.
All graduates are required to participate in the NYSC program for one year immediately after their graduation.
However, from the trending video online, one batch B stream 2 female corper spoted crying.
She explained after she was asked the reason for her cry that she is not ready to leave NYSC after she received her certificate during P.O.P on 17 July, 2020.
She want to continue receiving her 33k NYSC monthly allowance, she is ready to continue serving the nation (Nigeria).
See the screen shot below,
When preparing to go for the National Youth Service Scheme, you need to take a lot of things into consideration. One of the factors is to believe that it will end in the next year.
This is hilarious right? What do you think about this?
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