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Sunday, 27 November 2016

The Service Year Boulevard -1

National Youth Service Corps is the best thing that will happen to anyone that went to University or a higher institution of learning in Nigeria...It is supposed to be the best thing that happens to anyone BUT some people have some negative/positive stories that will shock you from their service year!...



Let me be the first to tell mine briefly.....

I served in Ilesa,Osun state and my NYSC story is beautiful,I had a boyfriend during my Service year,he was Hot,cool,from a well to do home financially and i  mugu-zoned him cos he was too confused to be loyal...LMAO.

During service year every lady/guy dating a Corps member acts like they will end up getting married,some do but some don't and have to look for new dates after Service year.
Oh some two time,three time and even four time sef and end up getting burnt,while some don't

My service year Boo two timed me,I knew but didn't do the confrontation because i hate denials...still do *Mscheeeew*
I pretended i was the only one and when everybody went their ways i closed that door and thought of a way to make my life better.

I had a lot of attention from the opposite sex in Ilesa town where i served,OMG,the men loved women and if you are new in town,you are celebrated and will remain so if you do not share your cake.
I had a nickname ''ori baby'' because i always wore blond weavon...whether e fit me or not was my business..lol


My service was very eventful and i had NO REGRETS,made lots of Owambe friends that i lost contact with and if i was asked to choose where to serve again,i would choose same place because i loved that town,dirty and 'villagy' and red sandy as it was,loved the LG where i served,loved the friendly people,loved my popularity amongst the opposite sex and loved the town gossip.

I know a lot of people from far and wide read this blog,so i would say If you served with me in ilesa town send me a mail or give me a shout out in the comment section,I want to reconnect.

Do you want to briefly tell your service year story and any unforgettable happening?Send a mail and you are next!

Shout out to ilesa born Taiye who lives in the US....*Kisses*


137 comments:

em jay said...

Indeed!
It should be scrapped already.

STARRY LARRY said...

Very nice post




*Larry was here*

Becky Divine said...

Hehe funny story

white Berry said...

All of the corpershun fall in here

Doppelgรคnger said...

Camp Kubwa-FCT Abuja baby.
I was in a two man room lol, the other corpers always looked at I and my roomie like big girls because we were the only ones in a 2man room.
I couldn't wait to leave camp though, sharing toilet and waking up 4am was not funny.
Then my Primary assignment was fun, met a lot of people and men in my office were dogs but I didn't even give their broke asses the time of day.
Except for the witchy woman I worked with, service year was a breeze.

Anonymous said...

Service year was wonderful for me, I served in Shinkafi, Zamfara state. I saw my first sandstorm, my first whirlwind that almost sent me, my roomie and door flying and it was the first time I really did public presentations and acted in public. I saw camels, donkeys and horses up close for the first time, well, I had seen horses before. Food was so cheap I grew fat lol I made friends, experienced a different culture and fell in love. I married my lovely wife 8months into our service year and we have two lovely kids now. I went against the advice of my family and I stand to say it was the best decision I ever made.

Anonymous said...

Yeah
I served in Adamawa. My Adamawa. I love yola. I cried reading this. Oh my Numan. God bless naija

JACINTA MBACHU said...

OK its cool.

St.FranKooL.... said...

#For everything you have lost, you have gained something else*

kimmy said...

Stella my service year was awesome, I was posted to Osun state Osogbo precisely. I really enjoyed my stay in Osogbo, it was an awesome experience, ranging from the lovely friends I met, to the low cost of living in Osogbo. Shoutout to all Osogbo Corpers Batch C 2013 *winks*

Mrs. Romas said...

There was no NYSC for me because I decided to put my studies on hold, and did something else.

Maybe I will experience it some day, if ever decide to go back and finish my studies.
Is been more than 16 years though.

Nice one Stella Dimoko!

Anonymous said...

Am serving in akwa ibom. So loving it nd i no some of language. I will send mine next year cox i wnt a happy ending .

charitybino said...

Will go for service next year.

Esther Okoro said...

Interesting.



God Bless Everyone.

Sweet Child said...

I love my service year, I wish I can serve again in that town.

I served in boko haram state, the seat of it.

Flawless BossQueen said...

During my nysc days, I had a boyfriend as a driver, one as my peppersoup boyfriend, another as my outing bf, another as my Maga and there is this lecturer that lives close to my house that was always supplying fuel for my gen everyday bt he's stingy... I only fuck 2 corper once, they other guy wantd more bt I acted ND told him that we never had sex, the other guy immediately after sex I sent him out of my house, the guy was always calling and apologising that he was sorry bla bla bla

ProudlyDeltan15 said...

Stella...#sideeyes# Can I still remember my service year happening...thinking...ProudlyDeltan

Anonymous said...

Me and my 'corper' boyfriend were always fucking in front of a church at night beside corpers' lodge, nyanya. When i think about it now, shame go just dey catch me. Chi, you try for my body oooo.

Kim Kardashian Aka portable queen of sdk blog said...

Supported!!!!
Waste of time and resources

Kim Kardashian Aka portable queen of sdk blog said...

Supported!!!!
Waste of time and resources

abril said...

Currently at agwu orientation camp.
It's fun sha, but the food can do better. Hoping to be posted to town

Suoebi(Niger delta finest) said...

Hmmm.

Anonymous said...

Did my service in my hubby's house. How boring, I know. But at least I got a clean slate!

Anonymous said...

Am currently serving in Osogbo, well it's going well. I enjoyed my camp in katsina..(redeployed from kt) was so much fun, with lot of lessons learnt,that was where I realised how awesome I was nysc opened doors for me.. s/o to it corpers serving there currently

Anonymous said...

I went to camp on thursday and I am mot enjoying anything o! I havnt slept properly in 3days lmao!!!! I just want to enjoy my life and countdown to the last day.

Rhoda Rex said...

Nice one

Anonymous said...

Scrapped for what?

Anonymous said...

Mine was in portharcout barracks Bori camp. It was fun, I dated a colonel and he gave me paradise. I never lacked anything and didn't even spend one naira from my allawee for the 11months. I saved close to 1m extra all thanks to the colonel. We were an item then. I miss my frndx at bori camp corpers lodge, that lodge was not okay at all but I had no problem bcos most times I was at his place enjoying. We still talk and I miss him.

Dietitian Nezz! said...

Bia Emjay NYSC is helpful to those who do not have godfathers immediately after graduation.I am glad I did it.

Classic Chic! said...

Ok oo good for una!

dynamite chick said...

Nice post....would have been in camp by now but was shifted to stream 2, sad much! Really can't wait to have my own nysc camp experience. Until then, lemme keep anticipating. @ emjay, it shldnt be scrapped yet oo, not after I av bought all my kits, maybe after stream 2, then they can do the needful, hehehe. OK bye!

Love made me said...

Wow...sending my NB soon...this will be fun

Anonymous said...

Served in gombe in shonghom Lga. Was bittersweet.
It was another experience entirely. From driving from duste jigawa where we did our orientation cos of the insecurity for more than four hours.....
Locating the local school and boy.... Trying , trying , trying to teach wen you have no experience in teaching.
It was another world entirely and I keep blessing the name of God that period is over.
Go back again???? NEVER!!!

Ideato/ilaje blood said...

Lol

Aeegurl... said...

Currently serving. Hardly have time for fun cos of too much work. Infact I sometimes wish I was posted to one village school to serve maybe I would have been appreciated more. But I love CDs so much cos I get to stay with fellow corp members afterwards to socialise and plan fun things to do. If you are an Abuja corp member please endeavour to join the council of elders forum. It will be worth it!!!

stunning slim shady said...

Space booked

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Iphie dearie said...

Mine was not what I magined so I will talk about my pre service experience.

As I was rounding up from school.. my parents were already planning my service year excitedly..

I used to shake my head behind them because just like they have manipulated everything about our lives(lovingly though) They were going to make sure I served in the same town I grew up.
My mom would say:Nne anyi ga akwu gi ugwo, akwa state na akwu small amount,anyi ga atukwasi ya soemhing na elu๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚Meaning:We will pay you.State is paying you people a stipend,we will add a little extra on top.

So I revolved!! I wanted to feel that "villagy" kind of service year where corps members knew themselves.. Ate food in each other's houses and had to visit the village chief for projects.. I wanted that type of intimate affair where we will make an impact in the village.
I read too many Pacesetters.

Well, to taste life away from them, at least if it is not my town,let me stay close,LOL. they let me spend one week with a dear friend where she was serving then at Okwuzi Egbema..Omoku. This was after much dialogue and even sending a driver with me to know where I was going to be staying.

It was beautiful.. I had fuuunnnnn!! It was the kind of communal living I dreamt of. Next door Neighbour's dated... there were sentforth parties,gossip etc
This was before the intensity of the crisis in Portharcout then.

Fast forward to my time.. My parents started reneging on their promise using some little violence across various states as their reason. Finally,I just feel they were dealing with separation anxiety.

A family friend wedged in between my parents and I and that's how I ran as fast as my legs could carry me... very far from them.

It ended up not being the service year I wanted.
It was a big town.. too sophiscated. You don't even get to see other corps members until you go for your CD.
The dream state of every corps member now.

I already had a job waiting so I worked my butt off.
It was too serious for a young girl that just wanted to have fun.
I had presentations to give,work etiquette to adopt,people to call Sir and Ma,procedures and policies.
E clear for my eyes sharperly๐Ÿ˜ณ๐Ÿ˜ณ๐Ÿ˜ณ
But I'm still grateful for opportunities and my folks for prodding me on.

Finally, I will like to say that I'm a huge fan of the Nigerian Youth Service exercise.. If they can revisit camps and build them to standard,review the stipends they pay.. it is indeed an avenue most graduates help their families and even save little extras.

I see people saying,scrap it and I laugh.. until you finish service and come out job hunting,you will begin to appreciate NYSC and the cover it gives some graduates that do not have it so good.

Oluwaseyi Esther said...

Good...

Amaka Hundeyin said...

Well said. I'd send mine in.

Super duper chic said...

Whether it fits you or not u no send....lol

BEDS AND ROSES said...

My service of 2 weeks because I didn't stay the full year was the worst experience of my life ; As ajebo who I be.......... Hahahaha
I had settled to remain in Lagos o. That is how I saw the list and I was posted to the North.
I manage stay 2wks of camp........... First night no room, we slept outside one of the classrooms. Next day we finally got a room which was a class room converted to room. No mattress for like 3days. We slept on the bare floor and just put clothe.
Bathroom/ toilet was an eyesore. We bath outside.
Food was crap. I ate bread and noddles for the whole 2 weeks I was there. Didn't do passing out parade or any of those things. The 2weeks of hell was already bad enough for me.
The funny thing is my besto in camp was a married young girl with 2kids, twins. You need to see the way this girl use to cry to her husband on the phone daily. It was just funny. Finally on our 2nd week the girl told me she can't take it again, she's leaving back to Lagos, am I interested. She had settled people, planned everything and at d end we will get our certificate. I couldn't even imagine remaining in dat camp hell without her. So I said I'm in.,
We spent just 2weeks, settled and got our certificate later.
Who even has the time, I was already working before service. So I just took 3 weeks off work, couldn't take 1year off and be looking for work again after.
A lot of people had very nice camp experience, pity I didn't. Perhaps if I wasn't posted to the North my experience may have been better.

Iphie dearie said...

Resolved*

Amaka,send in lets read๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•
Happy to see you here today.


I got carried alway and didn't know how long this comment was!๐Ÿ˜ณ๐Ÿ˜ณ๐Ÿ˜ณ
*Covers face*

Dietitian Nezz! said...

Portable the way you sound sef.
Anon 14:44,he Neva still marry you?

Anonymous said...

Served in a Northern town where hatred was rife. If you are NYSC, you were Igbo; nyamiri and hated. Even ask someone in the bank to use their pens, they will look you from head to toe and blink disdainfully and pocket it. A local girl you teach greets you in the market and they warn her and threaten her for talking to "Nyamiri". Stop and empty "achaba" (okada) and he will just move on only to stop a pole away for "the local people". During "religious" riots, the southern corp members who were muslims and prayed in the mosques every friday also ran for dear lives. Their fellow muslims wanted to kill them. Once you don't speak Hausa, you are not muslem. It was the saddest experience of my life.

Shola Ojelade said...

Will send mine tomorrow๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

oguike akudo said...

Oh my service year... it was a memorable one. When I saw my call up letter I started crying not knowing that God has planted DH already in this town... yes I met my husband during my NYSC year. We have a daughter now and am still in this dry city. Life happens. Am grateful to God cos it has been a smooth sail.

temmy yemmy said...

Will still send mine, waiting 4 Nysc batch B stream 2.

Anonymous said...

I want to serve in uyo, pls are there good jobs there, like multinationals?

Anonymous said...

Very nice bawo? This post will be as dry AF. Of all fond memories, one will count nysc? Taaaaa!

Fuck you said...

Going to camp on Tuesday

Anonymous said...

Served in abj. Chop all the alhajis money. Hehehe!!! Slept with none. Was fun.

Patience said...

Currently @camp, sagamu, Ogun State. So far, the experience has been hectic and tiresome. the soldiers are jolly good fellows especially the males...as for the females.....I lack words for them....In all, I can't wait to get out of camp...I hope to be posted to the capital.

Anonymous said...

Served in a Northern town where hatred was rife. If you are NYSC, you were Igbo; nyamiri and hated. Even ask someone in the bank to use their pens, they will look you from head to toe and blink disdainfully and pocket it. A local girl you teach greets you in the market and they warn her and threaten her for talking to "Nyamiri". Stop and empty "achaba" (okada) and he will just move on only to stop a pole away for "the local people". During "religious" riots, the southern corp members who were muslims and prayed in the mosques every friday also ran for dear lives. Their fellow muslims wanted to kill them. Once you don't speak Hausa, you are not muslem. It was the saddest experience of my life.

NYSC stole something from me; my belief in ONE NIGERIA.

Bertila Clu said...

Smilin.....Neva liked service ooooo

Anonymous said...

I served in osun state,lagere at Ile IFE 2014 batch B.my service year waz fun,I met so many frnds at ede camp.I had many male admirers then but refused to date any of them cuz I waz hrtbroken then.by the end of my service yr I waz fyn cuz I waz afraid to luv again

Chysugar said...

@Iphie Dearie, Pls loud it.. Scrapped for what???Right nw my kid sis is chilling inside one NYSC camp like dat.. Lol, and i prepared her mind wella.

Its frustrating wen u finish service without a job. The secret is saving , saving and saving.
I got me a brand new HP laptop from my allowee, ran 2 professional courses. Bought fones for my peeps and still had like 60k in my allowee account after service. I planned myself well such that i didnt touch my 2 months allowee before POP.And the 60k saved me for few weeks after POP. Ofcourse, i had toasters who were crediting my bank account. As a fine, sexy corps member that i was then.. They named me "Chi light" cos i was the only fair corps member posted to my PPA. my LGI fell in love with me, married man oo but i used it to my advantage. He made sure he signed my PV whether i came for end of d month CDS, i also did INEC job then . choi.!! Cnt forget the fish pepper soup prepared with locust bean. Or is it fresh pepper , tomato , yam and okro that was so cheap. I cooked varieties oo and my yoruba corper friends enjoyed ny meals.

I served in Osun state... Lmaooo
And i made Lagos my 2nd home. Was always visiting my frnds in Ajah every weekend. So no dull moment.

I actually taught in a school but i made sure i bribed my proprietress and her husband with gifts so they can allow me travel wnever i want.

I met boo during my service year, got engaged 3 months after POP and the rest is history.

My service year 2014 was perfect despite all the challenges i faced. Omg, my fingers hurt!!!
Iphie, thanks for the space..

Anonymous said...

Give it some time. By week two, you will wish it doesn't end. I fell sick in the first week. Third week, I wish I wouldn't have to leave. Just make the most of it.

Cynthia Iyede said...

I served in Ekiti and I enjoyed my service year. It's just the orientation camp wahala I hate so much.

MamaZ O said...

I did just the 3 weeks camp but it was MAD fun. Met some really cute guys and babes. One doctor corper was all over me and used to come to Lagos to visit me but he was Muslim and very devoted. I figured it did not make sense dating him cause I was not ready to convert after marriage despite the fact that my mother was a Muslim.
But that 3 weeks though. I had legitimate fun. Contested for my platoon. That maami market was bae. Could not do the full year cause I was running 2 diff programmes in Lagos. But I still keep in touch with a few people though.

Seyi Etaje said...

Is it when someone shit at the back of my window, the watery egusi they serve, they kill cows everyday but give corpers fish while camp officials eat meat!!! Or the white shorts they gave us that looked like hot pants and the white shirts that had rat holes?? The soldiers entering our dorm and shouting on us while still dressing up. I was a quarter guard so I was able to escape morning assembly. I didn't enjoy it the first week but I enjoyed It later and wished it didn't end. I just wish we were told that after service is when the real struggles begin. Most of us thought we would automatically get jobs. You would quickly realise that the people you were depending on to help u get jobs have nothing to offer and that In this part of the world the most unlikely person to succeed usually is the first to succeed after school. The grace of God gets you thru and not your degree or who you know. Just the grace of God!!!!!!

Juliet Jonathan said...

Awww!!!I am glad you enjoyed your stay in my state.

Anonymous said...

Oh dear...currently serving at Kogi State..I just love it here.I ve everything at my beck and call.the villagers see me as a queen based on the fine girl I be na.so many toasters and magas to use their head me must buy car after service o.hahahahahaha..I love NYSC.And the kids won't stop calling me fyn coffee. ๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†

Anonymous said...

That dirty church with few members? Just before a hill. NACC brothers and sisters.Lolz

Fan Emmanuel said...

Abril pray they send you to semi village ooo... Those in town are suffering. State alawee na 5k for village 1k for town.
Besides,town is so expensive while villages are cheap.
How are you enjoying Agwu camp? Which platoon? #team platoon6# side eyes at bvs..
Anyway,service for husband house no be am sha!
Abeg say hi to nwunye Godstime, please patronize her ooo...
Then becarefull with commandant Bamiye,that man na ala gwogwo! Even married women,especially those ones with big ikebe! LMAO

Anonymous said...

That dirty church with few members? Just before a hill. NACC brothers and sisters.Lolz

peace maker said...

Good to know

Anonymous said...

I served in Lagos, I was initially posted to Ogun State. I hated the 4 days I had to spend in Ogun camp before I redeployed. I got a job in a Law firm in Lagos and I was coming from home to work. Crazy work hours and workload, only do Nysc things on Thursday cds, sometimes I didn't even go. But I learnt a lot from the firm which has really helped my career. Reading other people's experience I wonder if I actually "served" I just worked and went to cds on thursdays.

SWAG LAFRESH said...

I did mine in Abuja kubwa FCT. My PPA was dope but my immediate boss na jealousy jeloma but i no send am jor, i was my oga at the top favourite.

I enjoyed my service year.

Anonymous said...

I so much enjoyed my service year....
I made some friends that would stick a life time. I camped in Kano state but relocated to enugu which is like my second home now.
The first week of camp was crazy I almost regreted coming but with time I adjusted and didnt even want it to end....
Enjoyed all the activities, the experience I totaly love it.... The camp was so neat and organized, northern camps are just the best.
Hilarious set of ppl i met in that camp, almost every one i knew redeployed to other states shaa....
Reminiscing of the mammy mkt times, the queue for food, parade, Man O War, talent hunt.
All in all it was worthwhile, it an experience I cant forget in a hurry

anonymous said...

Served in bayelsa state.... Wasn't a nice experience at first cos am yoruba couldn't cope with the language and all. But I met so many nice ppl right from my camp days. That 21days nobi beans as per me wey no like wahala i was stretched to breaking point, Boi trouble and all,my physic really put me in so much trouble. As if le boos knows he proposed 5 days to camp. He was everywhere like monitoring spirit lol... As in always on fone he knows my moves all the time from parade ground to maami mkt, then to the hostel.. .. Everyday. No time for social activities, i was picked to represent my platoon for the miss nysc contest, but babe said nope. He is such a jealous sweetheart. My ppa was just boring one thick forest like that ... . But i met beautiful ppl they really made my service year worthwhile. Passed out this Nov and we are planning our intro and wedding already.

Max Chijiuka said...

Mine was in AkwaIbom, Nsit Atai Camp, came on the last day of camp and almost wasnt allowed to enter camp was fun, smoked for the first time, made friends with half the kitchen staff, for Sunday meat. Left camp met one stunning girl who was learning to sew in Afagha Eket Street, Eket. Everyday after work I would go there and take her home or to joints with my friends, she was so damm beautiful everyone envied us, she was HIV positive and was so gracious to tell me after a month of dating, she wouldn't even kiss me no matter how much I tried, so learning about her condition even brought us closer and by the time she graduated from fashion design school I had left but sent her money to add to start her place. She let me choose her fashion label name, 7yrs and we still talk like besties! I love you Mfon, for the gift of genuine friendship.

Anonymous said...

Work on your grammar

Baba For The Broads said...

Served in Katsina-ala, Benue state (2011). The ladies there are something else. Sex is like hand shake. My friend offered me his cousin lol. Crazy town. Lovely people!

Blessing Jackson said...

My Nysc days was funnnnnnn, shout out to all the 2012 batch A corpers who served in benue state especially those in platoon 7

TURQUOISE BLUE said...

I Served in Nsukka Enugu state,UNN to be precise, i miss my PPA and my co-workers,we were like a family there and i didnt miss home at all. Tho Nsk is local sha but i enjoyed it. No violence,cheap food stuff and tfare and cheap hair(u can use 1k to make full long braids at Ogige mkt,hehehe)
NYSC is good sha,connects people from all walks of life,expands ur circle of friends and makes u learn a thing or 2 about other people's culture ,at least i learnt deje oru,a dim oyi keteke,ala ee,nsukka language hard sha. NYSC shldnt b scrapped joor.

TURQUOISE BLUE said...

I was in platoon 7 too,batch b 2016 set tho

KIDJO said...

@annon:16.1 maybe yours wasn't nice cause you were busy gbenshing away your future with those soldiers when others were planning theirs...

Anonymous said...

I served in Adamawa state as well, Government Secondary school Gerei, even though my room was buggled (portable DVD, radio and some other things were stolen) and no form of compensation was given I still enjoyed my stay.

I didn't date anybody during my service year though but met beautiful people whom we still talk till today. 2009/2010

Iphie dearie said...

You are welcome to use my space anytime hun.

I have heard stories about people that came back to serve as fake corps members because of the free accomodation and Food.. they loiter in Camps just because they don't have anywhere to go.

I enrolled for NIM thanks to NYSC..
As much as we want to attack the government or try to say "Scrap it" because others are saying it, I feel people that can't survive before the months or years preceding their getting jobs should be considered.

I know people that sent pocket money home to their parents from that same stipend people criticism here.

If anyone even had a reason to hate this programme,it should be people from Diaspora that are forced to serve before they can ever work here.
On a lighter note,this might be the only time you get anything directly from the government๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

Kudos Chy! You are a hustler.

Anonymous said...

I served in Adamawa state as well, Government Secondary school Gerei, even though my room was buggled (portable DVD, radio and some other things were stolen) and no form of compensation was given I still enjoyed my stay.

I didn't date anybody during my service year though but met beautiful people whom we still talk till today. 2009/2010

Praise Etuk said...

Currently serving in lagos... though I don't like my ppa (ikorodu), it's boring and I'm always broke can't wait to finish and go home.

Anonymous said...

Yaay! That's the five star camp. Served in Ogun state.

Anonymous said...

Heehe na Godstime i de charge my phone. Then i fey chop 4 superfine. D hills dia na die. Choi!!! Agwu camp.

Na Me Talk Am!!! said...

Which part of the north is still like this? Ignoranmus everywhere. Those Muslim southerners are jokers. Thank God for your life

Na Me Talk Am!!! said...

Lucky you but just be careful sha Kogi people can be very wicked especially people from Okene

Audrey said...

abril enjoy your stay there, the only time I eat from the cafeteria is when its my platoon turn to cook, I do more of mammi. Are they still having water issue in camp?

@Fan town is okay na, state alawee was 10k na abi have they reduced it? I served in enugu, stayed in town and my ppa was one of the state ministry, the only ish about town is housing outside that you are good. I truely enjoyed my stay in Enugu. #Teamplatoon9 #KoalCopper.

Audrey said...

#koalCorper

SWAG LAFRESH said...

I didn't even spend my alawee. My office was my pay master. Once ghana must go land, just know that alert must come. Meeting days are days we get to see them ogas. Na dress to kill days o. I made money oooo and i met people.

NYSC must stay ooo. My kids must experience it.

Silhouette said...

Served in nassarawa state, magaji dan yamusa nysc camp. Best experience of my life, will do that 3 weeks all over again, especially the last two. Was so depressed when i had to leave cos i knew i may never see some people again which was actually the case. Ppa was ok. Nysc rocks jor!

lagos babe said...

I also served in Adamawa,tongo LG,I enjoyed my stay there going to Friday Market,Gaunye LG,Timbukun(do I get the spelling right).
Had so much fun and my LI was so friendly to a fault.

Atarah said...

Served in kwara state, ilorin to be precise... Service year wasn't bad, but d tins I did during dis period wasn't cool at all.i thank God D whole stuff S over n now I am a better person. So many people make loads of mistakes during dis period, they cheat on dere boo, they av sugar daddies etc.to D corpers serving n d ones who will serve later, don't do things that are not morally right,get closer to God more than ever so u won't fall. Wishing u D best...

lagos babe said...

It has an age limit.

Anonymous said...

I was posted to Lagos state but i had to camp in Ede town in osun state, because lagos Camp was too full. Was soo neat. Heard it was d neatest Camp in the country. Don't know about now. Afta service, I was posted to Zenith Bank in Lagos. And I have been working there for the past 8 years. Didn't struggle for a job for one day. God has been good.

Lora said...

Wow!I served in zamfara too(Tsafe-where the camp is and the same school was my ppa)met the girls I'm still friends with till today.They made it fun for me
There was this popular mallam,always buying me things but never asked me out(not even an ordinary handshake not to talk of gbenshing)Even got a surprise lovely birthday cake.He's my friend on Facebook and still chat on whatsapp

Lora said...

And the Sunday market?me and the girls loved it like kilode.Aint got nothing but Sweet memories for that period. The headmaster and another teacher still call me till date after more than half a decade since I left.
Oh...this post brings back memories,can talk about it from now till tomorrow lol

Lora said...

And the stable power supply...lol

Lora said...

U r kidding, right?

George said...

Yes pls.. take this advice serious

George said...

Pls take this advice vry serious

Anonymous said...

I served in PH, RSUST and it was one of the best times of my life. I met a woman there that took me like her child-Matron Jaja. God bless and keep that woman. I owe her too much. I loved the experience and gosh I always feel like kiiling people when they say NYSC should be scarapped. Lailai

Fan Emmanuel said...

My dear na only superfine sabi cook food for that mammi market ooo... Others dey use maggi white. Tufiakwa!
Audrey they've reduced it ooo... Gburugburu na one kind nonsense man!
Anyway if you really want to save,pray they send you to semi-village. If not,only accommodation go chop your federal alawee!

Jasmine said...

Scrap what? Take time o

Jasmine said...

U dey lol? U no go school?

Stelz said...

My service year was the worst year of my life. Served in kwara state full of stingy people. I fell for the wrong guy. I was always broke. The worst of it, I came back home pregnant. Remebering that year is giving me headache already sef.

Blossom said...

I served in gombe mallam sidi camp in 2011, the camp was newly built so we were the second batch to use it all was clean and prim. Met a lot of friends was later posted to NTA for my PPA couldn't stay in NCCF lodge went to rent an apartment at federal low cost, so many doctors on my case but they were all fuck boys. Participated in the general election that brought Jonathan into power. Chai Hausa's dealt with corpers then thinking we helped Jonathan to rig the election I was posted to Funakaye local government in deep village called kupto.we were forced to give under age ballot papers to vote for buhari back then under CPC party..but all in all I enjoyed my stay light was constant, water, cheap food, enjoyed my winners church in kasuwa n katako. Tunfure resort was great..went to zambuk for Oct 1st rally it was fun. I left after my POP and that very night Boko haram attacked gombe for the first time..would love to go back sha but the fear of boko haram is the beginning of sitting ur ass in ur state..got a job after 4month and its 4years + still counting.. I just pray God connect me to my man

ukwu dimond said...

My service year was fun, in camp I was very social, I wish one can serve more than once, at first I was not feeling anything but later on I was catching full fun, I only made one mistake by not having camp boo.

Anonymous said...

Borno state ......maiduguri befor boko haram nysc days der was sweet.......2006 second batch

Aeegurl... said...

You served in Abj @Iphie!! The seriousness is too much I swear it. At my work place,I keep hearing you are a worker not a corp member. Very annoying something. It has its advantages tho. Met and still meeting lots of important peeps I never dreamt of meeting soon. God knows best!

chinomso chukukere said...

Served in Ogun state.. Odogbolu LGA it was fun

Kaycee said...

wow my service year was fun and sucsexful
served in kaduna, NDA to be precise so i lived inside NDA barracks kawo, i had fun, learnt alot abt Nigerian military and northern culture, made cool friends especially officers,
most officers are gentle, its the soldiers that will always be doing unnecessary gra gra, but both officers and soldiers have one thing in common their love for women.
kd na flexing town, fucked lots of nothern women, edo, benue,gbagi, even two muslims inclusive, one of those muslin ladies had the tightest pussy i have ever fucked in my life so far,I also moved around kd well, went to zaria, kafanchan, alomost went to kano sef,but it was stalled due to our final clearance, i enjoyed my service year to the fullest, shoutout to All NDAYCA corpers of 2015 batch A

Dolapo Kosebinu said...

I concur! It should be scrapped!

Barr. Oma said...

I rep Adamawa too o,my ppa was in Yola north @ a private law firm. That place is lovely and I miss it like kilode.

ndubuisi joshua atuanya said...

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Anonymous said...

Serred in Gombe state. Kaltungo. Met hubby there. Pop October and got married November. It's 5 YEARS already and am grateful. Had a nice experience wish I can go back but the fearea of books harem.

Anonymous said...

I served in Akwa ibom state 2015 Corps member, I had fun though met crazy flat mates and lovely fellow Corps members. My 3weeks in camp was stressful but I wished it never came to an end. Nysc year was an interesting one for me, despite I had a crazy and talk to death LGI it all was still fun. Shout out to all ibom kopaz 2015 y'all were great and fun to be with

Anonymous said...

I served in Akwa ibom state 2015 Corps member, I had fun though met crazy flat mates and lovely fellow Corps members. My 3weeks in camp was stressful but I wished it never came to an end. Nysc year was an interesting one for me, despite I had a crazy and talk to death LGI it all was still fun. Shout out to all ibom kopaz 2015 y'all were great and fun to be with

Anonymous said...

One yeye ikena boy almost use prick kill me Untop say I dey serve .smch

Anonymous said...

My service year was a funfilled doh dey were bad and good times, I didn't rely av to make frnd coz I was miss popular in camp. My ppa was crazy i had dolapo(olodo block heads) students that call me maram(madam) twas fun sha, den my talk to death LGI who will always want to make our cds days boring but I got use to him, the most craziest part of my service years were my flat mates and neighbors (which happen to be all corpers) with different backgrounds and character. I made frnds dat I wished d service year should kontinew, 2015 ibom kopaz

Kemie said...

I enjoyed camp though. I served in Keffi, Nasarawa state and my primary assignment was at Government Secondary school New Karu. Those soldiers eehnnn they dealt with us. I can never forget the day I was asked to frog jump from hostel to parade ground whilst on my period with crazy menstrual pain, I could feel my uterus contracting. I met lots of lovely people in the school I served and in Abuja where I lived as I couldn't live in Nasarawa state because other female corpers were complaining of rape and thieves around maraba and nyanya. I taught SS2 and SS3 students History. Gosh I remember marking 100's of papers for exams. I enjoyed NYSC but if given a second chance I will gladly pass...

Kemie said...

Lovely camp isn't it. I also served in Keffi camp, Nasarawa 2008/2009 set. It was newly built at that time so I really had no problem well except for the food. Thank God for maami market..

Anonymous said...

More like southerners/Christians were hated,Igbo may seem the target because they are the likely southerner you will meet anywhere in the north you go but the target is actually Christians,

Anonymous said...

So you believe in Nigeria,very soon even Yoruba will understand why igbos want to leave,I just pity girls that married from tribes that they are hated.

Anonymous said...

God bless mfon,better pikin

Anonymous said...

Nice one.

Anonymous said...

To me, the fun in nysc ended about three years ago

Anonymous said...

The good old days, I did enjoy serving in Enugu state.

Oj said...

@anon 16:42 exactly. Week one, you'd be like I hate this place. Week two, you'd be like damn!!! I'm loving this place then week three, you'd be like, I don't ever wanna leave this place ๐Ÿ˜Œ๐Ÿ˜Œ๐Ÿ˜Œ

Anonymous said...

Abuja corpers work like mad and they also have time for fun. As a corper I was traveling to different state for official assignment. I learnt a lot from my PPA. I made a lot of money from working even though the work was much the pay was worth it. I enjoyed kubwa camp.

Anonymous said...

Wow, that was nice of you. Good friends are rare like diamonds

Anonymous said...

I served in Adamawa too, yola precisely. Was the only corp member with GTBank during my service year. It was quite a great experience though that was my first time of being to the northern part of Nigeria. Good memories!

Anonymous said...

I camped in Kaiama but was a ghost Corper. Fun times iI wish camp was for the whole year, hated it to first though

Chysugar said...

I was in Ede camp too... Very neat and classy.

Anonymous said...

Was posted to Niger State-Power state, Paiko camp under Paikoro LGA. 2012 Batch B, Made much friends. My PPA was CHECHE-Government Day Secondary School very remote village like that but loved the people I met. We were only 5 corpers posted to CHECHE, 3 guys and 2 ladies(five of us we lived like siblings,we ladies were in charge of the kitchen, while the guys were in charge of water). CDS was at BADEGIE. Well I enjoyed my service year cause light, water cheap food stuff Oh am missing NAGENU market an my co-corpers. God bless Honorable Ismaila CHECHE the man represented KATCHA and BIDA LGA. The honorable used to give us money, hosted us one time in his house, always buy food stuff:- bag of rice, tubers of yams, bags of supagheting don't know if am right, cartons of indomie, gallons of red oil and g.n oil, name them oh my God. I didn't even touch my Allawe. I will not forget one Alhaji who used to carry us in his vehicle for CDS. My service year was mmnnhe!!!!!

Okubule Ajibade said...

kolokuma opokuma kaiama camp....was the bomb.....so many fond memories, and PPA was out of this world, flashing memories of community secondary school peretorugbene,ekeremor LGA, bayelsa state.i love all the lovely friends i made....and the sexcapades...hmmm story for another day.

Okubule Ajibade said...

kolokuma opokuma kaiama camp....was the bomb.....so many fond memories, and PPA was out of this world, flashing memories of community secondary school peretorugbene,ekeremor LGA, bayelsa state.i love all the lovely friends i made....and the sexcapades...hmmm story for another day.

Okubule Ajibade said...

kolokuma opokuma kaiama camp....was the bomb.....so many fond memories, and PPA was out of this world, flashing memories of community secondary school peretorugbene,ekeremor LGA, bayelsa state.i love all the lovely friends i made....and the sexcapades...hmmm story for another day

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