"See Where Them Carry Me Go": Female Corper Passes through Thick Bush to PPA, Laments In Video

"See Where Them Carry Me Go": Female Corper Passes through Thick Bush to PPA, Laments In Video

  • A Nigerian corps member lamented bitterly on TikTok over the location of her primary place of assignment
  • In a video, she revealed that she had redeployed from the state she camped, thinking that she would be posted to a better place
  • Commenting on the story, an ex-corps member, Glory Uchey, who had a similar experience shared her story with Legit.ng

A Nigerian lady has taken to TikTok to reveal the village she was posted to by the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC).

The lady, identified as @zubbiepresh, lamented that the village she was posted to did not fit her status as the first runner-up Miss NYSC.

Female corper shares painful video over the area she was redeployed to
Female corper laments over area she was redeployed to Photo credit: @zubbiepresh/TikTok.
Source: TikTok

Corps member posts video of her PPA

In the video, she was seen on top of a motorcycle, going to the school she was posted to.

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According to her, she didn't see any house or person on the road until she got to the school, which scared her.

The corps member also lamented that getting to the village took her hours and lots of money. Yet, she didn't find anybody there redeployed from the state where she camped for better opportunities, only to be disappointed.

She lamented:

“See the school they posted me to. Where did I go wrong? Who did I offend? Did I offend the president or those who redeployed me?”

Netizens react as corps member complains online

The comments section was filled with reactions from netizens encouraging her and sharing their thoughts.

@benbond87 said:

“You have to go there because main people in camp have choose nice places you came late.”

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@udochiukandu said:

“Na why I go take exemption letter.”

DanGodfrey reacted:

“Stay safe babes.”

Mercy said:

“Govt should scrap NYSC ASAP.”

Adaozo reacted:

“They get a lot of rich men there with doings. Forget about the road. Ezeagu Amaka ask people.”

@azorojonaz said:

“Life in the place is even far better. The most peaceful area to have a fresh golden time to study and grow.”

SHABSY reacted:

“I think say Naa evil forest u Dey enter before ooh.”

Adanne said:

“Be like i go leave this nysc for una.”

What country is this? said:

“That's why it called "service" my dear. Go there and serve.”

Chibuikem reacted:

“People de live there, it is called service, know that human beings live there.”


“Which state is the best. I wan work Akwa-Ibom.”

An ex-corps member, Glory Uchey, who had a similar experience told Legit.ng that she didn't like the place she was posted to but had no other option.

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She said:

"I didn't like the place. I didn't even want to teach. I'm not a teacher. I didn't like to teach so I just managed it."

Watch the video below:

Corper posted to NDIC enjoys free food

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian lady who got NDIC (Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation) as her Primary Place of Assignment (PPA) during her service year made a video of what she would miss.

The lady (@kaykay_lord) took many shots of herself in the company's elevator. Her TikTok clip showed she had a lovely National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) year at NDIC. According to her, the PPA also offered office dinners.

Her food had both fruits and other unique dishes. In a part of the clip, she ate her meal. Many prospective corps members asked her if they could apply to work at NDIC before setting out for camp.

Source: Legit.ng

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Ankrah Shalom (Human-Interest editor) Shalom Ankrah is a journalist and a Human Interest Editor at Legit.ng with over three years of experience. She has a degree in Mass communication from Alex Ekwueme University. Shalom has worked with reputable news organizations including The Tide and GistReel. Email: ankrah.shalom@corp.legit.ng.

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