In Nigeria, after graduation from the university it's compulsory to serve your father's land for One year under the Nigerian youth service corps (NYSC). After your service you'll be issued a certificate during your pass out parade (POP).
Corpers were formerly paid N19800 before it was increased to N33,000 under this present administration. Some corpers depend on the Allowance they receive from the government while others make money through other means and that's the case of Miss Paschaline Bernard Ifeoma who was a farmer,A film maker and a fish seller.
She served in Abuja and although she was being paid monthly by the government. She didn't rely on the money. These were her words on the post she made on Facebook to celebrate her POP "I be ordinary corper. Who is a farmer,a film maker,a fish seller and an office admin"
See Screenshot of the post below
She Also gifted herself "A Beautiful Red Car"
See photos of the car below
See the comments of people on her post👇👇
Hardwork truly pays and we wish her all the best in life.
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