- Many reactions trailed the video of a Nigerian lady performing Man O' War drills at a National Youth Service Corps campground
- The lady climbed a rope hung in between two platforms and glided down without fear of falling off
- Many who watched the video said they did try such when they went for their NYSC orientation programme
Mixed reactions trailed the video of a Nigerian lady who climbed a rope during the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) orientation camp.
The lady performed the challenging task during Man O' War drills, and many people commended her bravery.
In a video posted by @elendora23, the lady mounted the rope tethered between two strong platforms.
She courageously glided downwards until she got to the lowest point and successfully made it to the ground.
However, safety measures were taken before she embarked on the journey to ensure she wouldn't fall off the rope.
Watch the video below:
Reactions as lady performs Man O' War drills
"What's the need for all this training? Because I never still understand. Dem won go war?"
@brenda ezinne commented:
"I never did all this training. I was always in the clinic attending to sick people."
"Not me...under tyre self I skipped. What do we have in Nigeria that I will risk my life for?"
@T Boy said:
"Bo be this kind things family send you to do."
"My sister don’t go and destroy that place please."
"That rope wey dem put for her leg na wetin? So if she wan fall na wetin go save am?"
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"She really tried."
"Can never be me."
"Waiting for you to fall but you made it congratulations."
"Rope obstacle is really scary. So glad I did it in my secondary school. It was nice."
NYSC members spotted dancing
In the video, it could be noticed that while one of the corps members looked chubby, the other was a slim lady.
Many TikTok users who saw the video rushed to the comment section to appreciate the dancers for their entertaining moves.
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