- A corps member has brought great joy to two villages as he kick-started the construction of boreholes for them
- The corps member identified as Osaretin Michael along with his friends embarked on the humanitarian gesture which is now at a 80% completion stage
- Osaretin however stated that the projects still require N250,000 to ensure it is completed and appealed to kind-hearted persons to come to his aid
A corps member has become a beacon of hope for villagers accessibility to clean water after he began the construction of two boreholes for two villages in Ondo state.
Osaretin Michael shared photos of the clean water projects on LinkedIn which he began with his friends, Maryam Adegboyega and Aderoju Raymond at Oda community.
While stating the projects are at 80% completion stage, he expressed joy at the progress recorded so far.
More money is needed to finish it up
Osaretin said the sum of N250,000 is still required to put finishing touches to the humanitarian projects.
PAY ATTENTION: Subscribe to Digital Talk newsletter to receive must-know business stories and succeed BIG!
He appealed for financial assistance from well-meaning persons to that effect and appreciated all those who have supported the works since it started.
Corps member donates digital library to NYSC
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a corps member had donated digital library to NYSC during service.
The young man added that he decided to work on the project because he wants to help the service to enrich its resourcefulness to corps members and staff.
Nigerian student builds surveillance drone as final year project, flies it inside the school in video
The director-general of the NYSC, Brigadier General Shuaibu Ibrahim, appreciated his gesture as he described the young man as an honest and dedicated corps member.
The DG, therefore, implored other members to follow in Abubakar’s footsteps and provide projects people will remember them by.