Mr Macaroni: Comedian finishes NYSC, narrates journey to acquiring education

Mr Macaroni: Comedian finishes NYSC, narrates journey to acquiring education

- Mr Macaroni has finished his one year mandatory National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme

- The popular Instagram comedian finished alongside several other Nigerian youths on Thursday, March 5

- Mr Macaroni finished secondary school 2009 and attended four different universities

Instagram comedian Debo Adebayo popularly known as Mr Macaroni has re-established the fact that delay is not denial after finishing his one year mandatory National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme. notes that Mr Macaroni is among several Nigerian youths that finished the scheme on Thursday, March 5.

The Instagram comedian took to his official Instagram and Twitter pages to express excitement over the successful completion of this scheme.

He said he finished secondary school in 2009 and attended four different universities afterwards before finally graduating and finishing his NYSC in 2020.

Mr Macaroni said most people thought he was possessed when he was jumping from one school to another.

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"I didn’t care how long it was going to take, but I told myself I was definitely going to get a University degree. Long last, I got it," the comedian said.

He advised people never to give up on themselves, saying they might be so close to their breakthrough.

Mr Macaroni said: "Like I keep saying, we will all get to those heights we wish to and even beyond. Just keep pushing! Just do something. Don’t give up because you just might be so close to your breakthrough."

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In other news, 40 members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) serving at the Kano/Jigawa area command of the Nigeria Customs Service have paid the WAEC fees of no fewer than 50 indigent students in Kano.

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According to the Corps Liaison Officer (CLO), Comrade Akin-Ola Emmanuel, the gesture was aimed at assisting Kano indigent students.

The receipt of payment to the tune of N697,500 was handed to the Kano state commissioner for education, Malam Muhammad Sanusi Sa’id Kiru, at a ceremony held on Monday, March 3.

The commissioner, who was represented by the permanent secretary of the ministry, Hajiya Lauratu Ado Diso, called on beneficiaries to come out in flying colours to appreciate the corps members' kind gesture.

The commissioner also commended the corps members for the sacrifice they have made and urged others to emulate them. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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