- A young Nigerian actress stirred funny reactions on social media after she showcased her NYSC trouser on Twitter
- People used the opportunity to share their own experience with oversized uniforms and how they dealt with them
- Others said they went through worse as they had to endure boots that were not fit for their legs during service
Nollywood actress Jemima Osunde has stirred massive reactions on social media after making a funny post about her oversized National Youths Service Corps (NYSC) uniform.
Sharing a video on Twitter, the young lady captioned it:
"Anybody wants to serve with me? There's enough space for one more person in my trousers."
In the short clip, the lady who has her livery on, opened the waistline of trousers to show how big it is.
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We experienced it too
Nigerians thronged her comment section to say how hilarious the footage is as they all shared their NYSC experience.
Watch the clip below:
As at the time of writing this report, the video has been seen over 34,000 times with more than 2,000 likes.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"The most annoying part is that you'll upload your size but they'll still give you what they like."
"I have to slim fit mine even with the booth they gave me."
"Maybe you should cut small for me."
"Mine was too big that even after amending it, it looked like something else. I had to buy a material that looks like khaki and made it to what I could actually wear. How can I wear something and be ashamed of myself. Lai lai!"
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I'm proud I served the nation
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady got people talking on Twiter after she celebrated getting into the one-year compulsory service programme.
In a tweet on Monday, March 15, the lady took to Twitter and said that she had an unusual grace as the last born in her family to become the first to serve.
@OluwaO said it could only have been God's grace. She added that the God who did hers would also do others who want the same thing.