- Uwaoma Susan Joseph is currently the talk of all on social media following her admirable feat
- The female corps member wowed internet users when she opened up on how she purchased a keke with money earned from her service year
- The estate management graduate who shared photos of the keke on Facebook, revealed she gets daily earnings from the transport business
The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has no doubt opened the eyes of many people to the endless opportunities in the country and one of such persons is a Nigerian lady identified as Uwaoma Susan Joseph.
The graduate of estate management who recently completed the mandatory one-year service programme opened up on how she saved up to acquire a tricycle popularly known as keke NAPEP.
Uwaoma revealed she was earning N19,800 from NYSC and from her Primary Place of Assignment, N20,000. She stated that she saved up the monies and realized a total of N432,000.
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The young entrepreneur who added that she was also doing a side hustle and therefore had no cause to be broke, bought the fairly used tricycle which she gave out for hire purchase.
Uwaoma revealed that she gets daily returns from the business, adding that she needs a good job to complement her income.
Part of her post reads: "Am proud to say. I came. I saw. I conquered...NYSC is not scam. Am a proud owner of a Keke. I need a good job to blend it. I studied Estate management and valuation...Share to inspire someone."
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Meanwhile, an unidentified corps member has expressed displeasure about the end of the NYSC programme. According to her, she is not ready to pass out yet.
The past few days have seen young Nigerians posing with their NYSC certificates as they express gratitude to God for seeing them through the scheme.
While many were glad to be through with the one-year compulsory scheme, a young lady whose video is now going viral, said that she is not ready to end the programme.
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In a tragic turn of events, a Nigerian OAP identified as Adenekan Mayowa has shared a sad story about his high school friend called Samuel Promise Urenna.
Mayowa revealed that Urenna was a part of the corps members who passed out from the National Youth Service Corps Programme on Friday, June 17. Unfortunately, while she was returning home from her place of primary assignment, she had an accident that claimed her life.
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