Corps member featured by Legit.ng for building classrooms gets presidential award

Corps member featured by Legit.ng for building classrooms gets presidential award

- 2017 corps member Eghe-nova Cynthia Eseosa who renovated blocks of classrooms for students in Bwari LGA, Abuja gets presidential award

- Eseosa who changed lives of many students also got permanent employment from Vice President Osinbajo

- The young lady graduated from Ambrose Alli University,Ekpoma, where she studied biochemistry

Recall that Legit TV brought you awareness to the good works of ex-corps member Eghe-nova Cynthia Eseosa who renovated four blocks of classrooms for students in Bwari LGA, Abuja during her youth service year in 2017.

The young lady was one of those who chose to make a difference during her NYSC program and her actions impacted lives. Intrestingly, she has kept at it till this very moment.

From graduating from Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma where she studied biochemistry, Eseosa has been driven and passionate about education. It was her heart that led her to embark on the project which has now imprinted her name in the walls of history for good.

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Just recently, Cynthia who hails from Edo, was selected as one of the six remarkable individuals from her state to be given a presidential award for her commitment to the development of education in the country.

The young lady was also given an automatic employment by the President but the award was presented by Vice President Osinbajo who represented his principal.

See photos below:

Corps member featured by Legit.ng for building classrooms gets presidential award

Eghe-nova Cynthia Eseosa was given presidential award by Vice President Osinbajo (Picture/UGC)
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Contrary to what most might think, Eseosa has not backed down from improving the lives of the less-privileged.

In January 2018, she awarded 10 primary school pupils with scholarships as well as study materials to aid their ease of knowledge gaining.

Corps member featured by Legit.ng for building classrooms gets presidential award

Eghe-nova Cynthia Eseosa build four blocks of classrooms in Bwari during her service year in 2017 (Picture/UGC)
Source: UGC

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It can be said that the honour was well deserved.

Corps member featured by Legit.ng for building classrooms gets presidential award

The young lady is still giving scholarships to students in Bwari LGA (Picture/UGC)
Source: UGC

Watch the moment Legit TV took a look at the work of Eghe-nova Cynthia Eseosa in Bwari.

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Meanwhile, an ex-corps member named Modupe Ogunleye Ishola has shown the beauty of a kind spirit. Ishola who completed her NYSC service in Akure, Ondo is one of the corps members who left the place better than she met it.

After securing a loan from the bank, the young lady started and completed the project of renovating and equipping Fanibi community primary school.

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