Corps Member Refuses to Spend 1st Allowance on Herself, Takes It to Market and Buys Gifts for the Blind

Corps Member Refuses to Spend 1st Allowance on Herself, Takes It to Market and Buys Gifts for the Blind

  • A corps member, Olabisi Olaseni, has used her first allowance to demonstrate true love to a school of the blind in Ondo
  • Apart from donating different gifts to the students of the school, she also taught them the need to be resourceful and dedicated
  • The management of the school appreciated her gesture, stating that if more people emulate her, the country will be better

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A lady, Olabisi Olaseni, has used her one-year compulsory National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) programme in Ondo to show an act of selfless love.

Many corps members always await the moment they are paid their first allowances, dreaming of how such money will enrich their lives.

The lady posed with the kids after the donation.
Corps member demonstrated great love as she used her allowance to uplift others in need. Photo source: Olabisi Olaseni
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For Olabisi, she thought of a beautiful way to use that fund and saw how well it will impact the lives of those in need.

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She gave it all out

In a message sent to Legit.ng, the corps member serving in Ondo revealed she spent the money on getting food items for a school of the blind in Owo area of the state.

She also used her birthday to educate the kids on the need to be hardworking and innovative in such a way that the sky would be their limit.

In response, the management of the school appreciated her for her generous act. They said if there are more people like her, the nation will be a better place.

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Another female corps member showed love

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady, Iheoma Sunday, used her one-year NYSC programme to make many people smile.

Iheoma said that she took it upon herself to raise awareness and source for funds to renovate classrooms in disuse.

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She revealed that with the help of the project, students who could not continue their education because they lacked conducive environments to learn returned to their classes.

The lady said it gave her a great feeling that she was able to contribute her quota in 2020 to make society better.

Source: Legit

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