It was just like yesterday, March 8 2011, when we were welcomed into National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) camp. Now all that is over, just like a fairy tale ‘ the words of a Corp member who just concluded the NYSC scheme…life they say is in phases, with only few holding the aces. It was all mixed feelings to most 2011 Batch A Corp members, as they collected their discharge certificates, on Thursday 16th February,2012.Our correspondent Jide Shittu met with some of them: ‘Eno Essien, who served in Ebonyi State, Nigeria had these to say -‘well I thank God it’s over. I think I will still stay put for a while’. ‘Life must continue’ those were the few words of Adekeye Moses, who was on the way to his base in Jos. Also Ifiok Etuk,also a CatchA Corp member based in abuja, also had these to say: ‘the service year had come and gone, the next thing is the next assignment’ he concluded…different strokes for different folks, you will agree. Now that the service year is over, for these ones that have rendered selfless service for their fatherland. Only tomorrow can tell what awaits them.
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