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LIFE LATELY || LIFE AFTER NYSC

The popular question at this phase that most ex-corpers are asked is: “After NYSC what next?”. If you complete your service year and you are not asked this question by at least one person. Then you have not served at all o.

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My Banga Soup Story – NYSC Tales

I’m here again with another of my NYSC stories, this one is about Banga soup (someone will be saying, this girl must like food o 😎).

It is commonly said that when you live among people of other tribes, one of the things you’ll learn is their delicacy.

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My Inner Struggles against NYSC Posting: the diary of an awaiting otondo

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It’s been one year since I graduated from the university, and yet I’ve not been posted for NYSC. This is not because I don’t want to (of course, I prefer not to), but I know I have to, and the sooner the better. Instead of waiting on NYSC for posting, I got a job some […]

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My Inner Struggles against NYSC Posting: the diary of an awaiting otondo

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It’s been one year since I graduated from the university, and yet I’ve not been posted for NYSC. This is not because I don’t want to (of course, I prefer not to), but I know I have to, and the sooner the better. Instead of waiting on NYSC for posting, I got a job some […]

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NYSC ORIENTATION CAMP: MUST HAVES!

National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) is a scheme for Nigerian Graduates to serve their Motherland. The NYSC program is divided into three phases: Orientation Camp, PPA(Place of Primary Assignment) and POP (Passing Out Parade). The Orientation camp is normally a 3-week long exercise in your state of deployment. Because 3 weeks (in one place) is […]

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My Experience at Slay Festival 2018 and Lessons from Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde Session

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Slay Festival 2018 is the second edition of the yearly slay festival organized by She Leads Africa. It is an event that celebrates everything innovation and culture. This year’s edition was my first time attending the event, last year I was in faraway Delta serving the Fatherland, I attended the event as a volunteer. Yeah, […]

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