- Ibikun Adebayo is a former National Youth Service Corps member who has sensitised over 1,000 teenagers
- The lady, who says she formed a team of 6 to achieve that, expressed gratitude to NYSC for making it possible
- She says the teenagers were sensitised on child sexual abuse, rape, changes that occur at puberty and sex education at large
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A former National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) member, Ibukun Adebayo, has taken to social media to reflect on her achievements while serving her fatherland.
According to her, she has learnt wide, helped generously and maximised all opportunities that came her way.
The lady, who was posted to serve in Bayelsa state, expressed gratitude for being able to sensitise over 1,000 teenagers in different schools and communities within Yenagoa on child sexual abuse, rape, changes that occur at puberty and sex education at large.
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She wrote: "I formed a team of 6 to achieve this Dignified Teens Foundation We were able to provide answers to many questions the kids had on sexual issues and also walk many of them out of the trauma of abuse experience."
Ibikun expressed gratitude to NYSC for the growth opportunity.
In other news, a former member of the NYSC, Glory Oguegbu, has been honoured by the United States for lifting women out of poverty.
The United States embassy took to its official Facebook page to celebrate Glory, saying the young lady has continued to be a shining example since she embarked on the Mandela Washington Fellowship in 2016.
Glory volunteered with the NYSC to empower women in Kwara state so as to lift them out of poverty.
She said: “It occurred to me that, if only we could process cassava, we could make money for these women. It could lead to real economic growth.”
The young lady built a cassava factory with the help of community leaders and created jobs for women.
Glory said: “I wanted more women to be employed. I wanted them to be able to take care of their children.”
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