In Nigeria, after passing through the university and graduating comes the N.Y.S.C. service. N.Y.S.C. stands for National Youth Service Corpse, this is a program where graduates serve their father land for a year.
Sometimes the state or condition of lodges where these Corp members are asked to stay is very inconvenient with a dirty environment. Many times, these youth corp members cry out to the government but from the look of things, the situation is yet to be properly addressed.
A youth Corper has cried out on his social media page after seeing the dirty and inconvenient lodge they were asked to stay in during their one year of service to the country. You can hear him saying in the video "Naija na scam". See video:-
After this video was posted on Instagram by Gossipmillnaija, it got a lot users expressing their sadness on this. Some users expressed that they should should happy because they have seen worse and in some cases, they had to pay rent for a year due to no lodge was provided. See some screenshots of the comments and reactions below:-
Source:- Gossipmillnaija || Instagram App.
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