In what could be described as a commendable development, some outgoing National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) members, have contributed their quota in leaving their host community better than they met it.
A representative of the outgoing Batch C 2018 corps members of Ogbooro Community, Saki-East local government, identified as Oluwasegun Ayomide Samuel, reached out to Legit.ng on Facebook to share the news of the community project they embarked upon.
According to him, the outgoing corps members donated some medical equipment to the maternity clinic in the Ogbooro community.
Samuel explained that the project came into play after they realized that residents of the community did not have immediate access to address some of their health needs. He said many of them often have to visit bigger hospitals out of the town, just to undergo medical tests.
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"The project was the first of its kind at the maternity clinic in Ogbooro, Saki-East, Oyo state Nigeria. It was done to ease the stress of going to other towns for laboratory tests," he explained.
Speaking further, the individual explained how the donation has made things easier for residents of Ogbooro.
He said: “But with this project, the indigenes can now get their laboratory tests done in their community”
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In a related story, Legit.ng previously gathered the report of a Kogi state corps member identified as Adeoye Aderonke Elizabeth, who embarked on a community project where she served. The young lady donated over six hundred and eighty pairs of sandals to the primary six students at the Community Development Service where she works.
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