- A corps member in Benue state, Iyanuoluwa Moyinoluwa, has made others proud with her kind and thoughtful gesture to a community
- Iyanuoluwa relentlessly sought for funds to erect a borehole in Pila village in Benue state
- The community that had been lacking water for many years thanked her by gifting her 80 tubers of yam
A corps member in Benue state, Iyanuoluwa Moyinoluwa, has restored the hope a number of people have in the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) program.
The young lady has impressed many on social media after she decided to stand out as a corps member and make a lasting impact in the society where she was posted do.
Iyanuoluwa who served in Benue state will long be remembered and praised by people in the community for her kind gesture towards them.
The young lady sourced relentlessly for funds till she was able to erect a borehole for the Pila community in Benue state, a place where they had been lacking water for many years.
Oftentimes, young graduates complain about having to go for the one year compulsory service in Nigeria and many of them only join the program reluctantly.
However, rather than complain and waste the year away, some other people have decided to make a mark in the society they were posted to. Perhaps this is one of the things the government had in mind for the scheme to achieve.
Iyanuoluwa’s kind act to the Pila community did not go unnoticed and she was rewarded by the people with an equally touching gesture.
The water project was commissioned on February 20, 2020, and the corps member shared photos and videos from the occasion on her social media pages.
See a screenshot of her Facebook post below:
The community presented their dance troupes to entertain the corps member during the commissioning and they also gifted her 80 tubers of yam to show love.
See the video below:
Iyanuoluwa has set an example for other corps members in different parts of Nigeria and she has no doubt raised the bar high and also shown that a year is enough time to achieve something good that would last for a long time.
In other news, Legit.ng reported on a corps member, Stephen Teru, who used his carpentry skills to make classroom furniture for pupils.
Stephen Teru used his skill as a carpenter to make over 80 furniture for pupils in his host community in Cross River state.
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