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Saturday, February 22, 2020

Corps Member Rewarded With Tubers Of Yam After Erecting Borehole In Community

A Corps member serving in Pila, Benue State was rewarded with 80 tubers of yam from the host community in Appreciation after she built a borehole for them. ....
 









Hmmmm 80 tubers is enough to start a small yam business

24 comments:

  1. That's good of them.
    They gave all what they got.
    I hope the corpers appreciate it.

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    1. Yes oh! The best kind of gift. They gave what they had, they gave from their heart.

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    2. Oh bless her kind soul and such an appreciative gesture from the villagers....news like this make my day 😊

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    3. Indeed anon 1233. I love hearing news like this. She is indeed serving her motherland with heart ad grace.

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    4. And benue yam can sweet 😊😅😆. Iyanu Abeg Come and sell For me o 😍. I love yam. Especially Ugep and benue yam 😍.

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    5. Nice one.
      She should cook for herself a nice plate of pounded yam and Okoho soup.
      Lord knows she deserves it......

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  2. for her to build a borehole that means she is not broke

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    1. She could have also gotten help from donors.
      Congratulations to her, she did well

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  3. for her to build a borehole that means she is not broke

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  4. Good work Nigerian girl (not the other one 😊😊).
    They community gave what they have
    Congrats. 👍🏻👍🏻

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  5. The villagers are good people. Thanks to the corper.

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  6. She should start yam business with the 80 tubers of yam.

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    1. Yeah, if she sells the yam outside Benue. Yams are so cheap there.

      The villagers are appreciative, and gave what they have, that’s refreshing.

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  7. I pray this opens way for her.

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  8. Silver and gold I have none. What i have, i give unto you...God bless you sis.

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  9. Some gestures are more fulfilling than money..They gave their sweat and blood in those tubers of yam.

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  10. God bless this young lady. Her name speaks for her. She is indeed a miracle and she herself will experience more miracles in Jesus name.

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  11. Benue people are very hospitable, especially the idoma speaking part, they take good care of corp members. I had a beautiful service year in otukpo.

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    1. Yes they are. I served in Gboko, the Tiv speaking part of Benue and I totally enjoyed my service year.

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  12. my mouth is hanging open!
    like are y'all being sarcastic or what???
    lewl

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