- NYSC leadership in Anambra state has celebrated an unprecedented event in the history of the youth scheme
- Twelve (12) corps members deployed to the southern state got married
- The corps members said they met one another at the state's orientation camp
Twelve (12) Nigerian graduates mobilised for the National Youth Service Corps in Anambra state have got married.
The Nation reported that the leadership of the NYSC in the southeast state celebrated the newly married corps members on Wednesday, October 15.
Legit.ng gathers that the couples who all belong to the 2019 Batch ‘C’ set said they met at the orientation camp.
Speaking on the development, Anambra NYSC state coordinator Kehinde Aremu described the event as unique and unprecedented in the history of the scheme.
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In another report, a corps member with the Twitter name Leche Winfred Maagawa used her service year to make her immediate community better.
Perhaps more than creating a sense of unity, the compulsory one-year service programme is also a way to affect humanity more in places one would not have been to.
In a Twitter post on Saturday, September 19, the NYSC corps member posted that she is a 2019 batch C member who is serving in Bauchi state.
She said she saw that children sit on the floor to learn in a government school in the state and to come to their aid, she had to make 50 desks for them.
Meanwhile, a group of corps members has also contributed some money in order to help a woman expand her doughnut business.
The random act of kindness by these Nigerian youth corps members has melted the hearts of many people and inspired others to do good to people.
In the video shared to a Facebook page identified as Kopaville, the corps members during their weekly CDS meeting were seen coming out to donate cash to the woman.
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