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|Nysc Project by jumobi1(m): 7:18pm On Jul 07, 2011|
Hello my Nairalanders. After 16 years of living abroad, I feel it is time for me to register with the NYSC and serve my country.
I understand I have the option of Lagos or Abuja which is nice but I would like to make my service count. I honestly want to collect donations to build boreholes but I really want to help where in counts. I truly don't feel like doing charity in a developed town in Abuja or Lagos where there is money and considerable development. I would honestly like to serve in my state Imo (heard it's impossible) or in any rural local government.
The problem is, Based on the conversations I have, I can only do my CDS in the LGA I serve. Is that true? The truth is I don't know if I can adapt to living in a rural community or if the toll it would take on my body would be worth it.
I assume I can live in a urban community and commute to work. Is this realistic? Would the traffic and transportation conditions permit? I don't want to end up at a govt parastatal serving those who have.
Any suggestions? I really don't know too much about the NYsC program.
|Re: Nysc Project by AjanleKoko: 12:11am On Jul 10, 2011|
Well, go for it.
You'll never know if you don't try.
I'd advise you don't make it like a permanent move. You can take time off work, come down for the NYSC, and see how it goes. Though I would advise that you tone down and keep your profile low, for safety reasons. That is since you are planning to do the service up-country.
|Re: Nysc Project by jumobi1(m): 5:09pm On Jul 11, 2011|
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