The NYSC programme has been in the news lately following the death of three ‘Corpers’ across the nation. In most countries, tragic events like these would lead to a bout of soul-searching followed by reforms to ensure such deaths do not happen again. But Nigeria is not most countries.
I dislike the NYSC programme and think it is a waste of time and resources. But my reasons for not liking it are slightly different – I think it is an unfair way for government to spend money.
“Success” isn’t just having lots of money. Many people with lots of money have horribly unhappy and radically imbalanced lives.
Success is continuously improving who you are, how you live, how you serve, and how you relate.
The year is about to end and most people have to look back at what feats they have achieved during the year. For some it will be a check on their resolutions for the year. Anywhere I don’t believe in such resolutions, because most people don’t have the disciplines to keep to it.
Interview with Marty Cooper, pioneer of the cell phone.
The orientation camp always gives room for various CDS groups to promote themselves and recruit Corps members, but the truth is, a Corps member shouldn't be in a hurry to join any CDS in camp because He/She may later regret such decision.
Deciding on a Community Development Service (CDS) to engage in could be confusing and it's a choice a Corper lives with throughout the service year.
Is it possible? He was earning 19800 as every other corp member, but his overwhelming goal was to make 1million naira from whatever he was earning his story is amazing! How could he have made it? Even if he was saving the 19,800 all through, he would have made only 237,600 in the one year of service to the nation.
“Life is tons of discipline” those were the words of Robert Frost. One is said to have discipline when they possess the mental resilience to surmount empty passions and faulty habits. Hence, discipline is required in order to take charge of our lives every day. But discipline is neither readily attained nor easily maintained.
Going to camp requires some preparation and not knowing what to prepare for could ruin the camping experience. read through for all you need to know about NYSC Orientation Camp.
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Mr Musa a native of Jigawa had no choice of his family of birth who are farmers and his diligence in these major had no comparison. Animal husbandry in the hot atmosphere of Jigawa could be labelled “quintessence of endurance”; the chasing of cows, feeding them, feeling for them and also understanding them.