Former NYSC member shows love, donates wheelchairs to less privileged

Former NYSC member shows love, donates wheelchairs to less privileged

- A former NYSC member, Iherizie Chimechefulam Justice, put smiles on people's faces during his service in 2019

- The young man said that he was moved by the less privileged men he always saw weekly on his way to CDS

- As a way to give back, he used his service allowance and bought them wheelchairs to give them some level of comfort

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An ex-corps member, Iherizie Chimechefulam Justice, said he used his National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) allowance to get wheelchairs for people with physical disability during his service year.

Justice who graduated from the Federal University of Technology, Owerri, finished his one-year compulsory service in Akwa Ibom a year ago in 2019.

He said that he always saw the disabled men on his way to his Community Development Service (CDS). He added that he bought them the chairs as a way to thank God for how he kept him during his university days and NYSC in the state.

The young Nigerian man said that he owes his giving nature to his parents who taught him the importance of doing so, telling him that one does not have to be rich to touch lives.

In one of his pictures shared by local media, people gathered around him as he presented the amazing gift to one of the beneficiaries.

A collage showing the ex-corper and the people he presented the wheelchairs to. Photo source: Yabaleft

A collage showing the ex-corper and the people he presented the wheelchairs to. Photo source: Yabaleft
Source: UGC

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a member of NYSC, Olorunfemi Oluwaseyi Emmanuel, donated preventive materials to Ekiti state government.

Emanuel, who is serving in Ekiti, donated the material to contain the spread of the deadly coronavirus in the state.

The items he donated included wash hand basin, rubber tap buckets, hand sanitisers, liquid soap, and treated masks.

The items were received by the secretary of the state COVID-19 committee, Margaret Fagboyo, who commended the corps member for his kind gesture.

In other news, Uwaoma Susan Joseph, a 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.

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.

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.

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