My Thoughts On Nigeria’s #NYSC

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6 comments on “My Thoughts On Nigeria’s #NYSC

  1. I dreaded camp after eveything I heard about it. Can’t even tell how I survived it. Every camp official delighted in shouting and not talking. They said they were instilling ‘discipline.’ Funny. Oh yes! I learnt how to ‘sling shit’.

  2. Galscoitzkukiz on said:

    Lol.
    Funny tying is I actually enjoyed my time in camp immensely. Yes, I did. Infact, I had cause to leave camp and I came back right after. Call me crazy but its true. There was no shit slinging (atleast, not by me), toilets were horrible tho; met the absolute best people, the soldiers were, well, soldiers, parade was blood-draining, food was…iono, didn’t taste it the whole time, but I had an amazing time. Glad I didnt miss it, and I almost did.
    My point is, though I do not get the point of NYSC or what it seeks to achieve in reality, however, the 3 weeks orientation exercise is an experience most post-NYSC Nigerians cannot deny they enjoyed, deplorable living conditions or nah. Like a wise woman once said, Good things come to the open-minded.

  3. Galscoutzkukiz on said:

    Funny tying is I actually enjoyed my time in camp immensely. Yes, I did. Infact, I had cause to leave camp and I came back right after. Call me crazy but its true. There was no shit slinging (atleast, not by me), toilets were horrible tho; met the absolute best people, the soldiers were, well, soldiers, parade was blood-draining, food was…iono, didn’t taste it the whole time, but I had an amazing time. Glad I didnt miss it, and I almost did.
    My point is, though I do not get the point of NYSC or what it seeks to achieve in reality, however, the 3 weeks orientation exercise is an experience most post-NYSC Nigerians cannot deny they enjoyed, deplorable living conditions or nah. Like a wise woman once said, Good things come to the open-minded.

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