- A Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @LadySoftXx has rejoiced after completing her one-year compulsory NYSC service
- The lady posted a photo on the bird app to celebrate her victory
- Many people congratulated her as they wished her greatness in other future endeavours
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Completing the compulsory one-year national service is sometimes not for the faint-hearted, going by how regimented life could be in the camp and the situation of getting used to one's primary place of assignment.
No wonder a Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle, @LadySoftXx, recently showed off her National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) certificate as a way to say she has survived all and completed the service well.
In a tweet on the platform on Thursday, October 15, the Nigerian lady posted the picture of herself in the NYSC's para-military uniform as she captioned it: "Hello Nigeria my people!!!"
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As at the time of writing this report, her post on the platform has generated close to 4,000 retweets and over 7,000 likes.
Below are some of the reactions the post got:
"My darling, congratulations."
"Congratulations dear, thank you for identifying with your fellows. More wins ahead..."
"Yaaaaaay. Congrats Sandra. Wish you the best from here on."
"The khaki looks pretty on you."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that an ex-corps member, Iherizie Chimechefulam Justice, said he used his NYSC allowance to get wheelchairs for people with physical disabilities 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 year 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.
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