- A graduate of University of Abuja and currently serving corps member, Abioye Oyekola, has dared to be different
- Oyekola recently took up a community development service project where he fostered skill acquisition training in liquid soap making
- Abioye's focus was on secondary school students of State Senior High School in Ikeja GRA, Lagos
There are many aspects of NYSC that are easily forgotten by graduates who have gone through the mandatory program.
However, some go through service year having impacted so many lives and ultimately making a huge difference. One of such people is Abioye Oyekola who has managed to carve his name in the sands of time.
Oyekola who spoke to Legit.ng revealed how he dedicated his time and energy towards building students of State Senior High School in Ikeja, Lagos.
Abioye who is big on entrepreneurship stated that many graduates are unemployed and he wanted to give future graduates the opportunity to have another option if getting a white collar job fails.
With that in mind, he set out to distribute notebooks to students of the school and also thought them how to make liquid soap.
He stated that using such a skill can help them in making extra income in the future, if they decide to sell the soap or even train others in soap-making.
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Meanwhile, Nollywood actor Samuel Ajirebi has joined other Nigerian graduates in Benue for NYSC.
In a recent post shared on Instagram, the talented actor shared photos of himself rocking the NYSC khaki uniform.
Ajirebi, just like Davido and a few other celebrities have heeded to the clarion call.
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