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.
After spending almost a year in this community and in a situation where I never thought I could cope, I deemed it necessary to share with y'all some of the lessons I've learned and techniques on how to survive if you ever find yourself in such a situation.
I'll like to tell you a story about a lesson life taught me recently. If you've been following my posts (especially the NYSC category), you should be able to comprehend this story easily.
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.
Have you ever been in a situation where every measure of water you use has to be measured? Not one drop more, not one drop less. NYSC has really opened my eyes to new experiences. If you've read my posts on my NYSC experiences, you'll understand that I'm serving in a village (a creek) with... Continue Reading →
I and my NYSC bestie, Faith, had a very eventful weekend. Yea, it was eventful because of the trip we embarked on. The journey lasted about two hours plus, and it was definitely photo-filled and fun-filled.
Due to my recent post on my fishing adventure , some of my friends now think I'm in a sort of fish heaven. Well, I really wish they were right. Life is a combination of the good, bad and ugly experiences one goes through. That post was about one of the good moments, I think... Continue Reading →
Hello dear reader, trust you have been well and trust the month of June has been treating you well. Join me in my story, as I share with you one of my latest adventures. I've lived in the city most of my life, so, all I know about fishing is what I've read in books.... Continue Reading →
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... Continue Reading →