Nigerian Youths Stress (to be) Corpers


saulab

5:20 am, October 4th 2012 my alarm rings! According to my Dad, I had to be up early to head to Yakubu Gowon House (YGH) in Abuja which houses the Nigerian Youth Service Corps. A quick dash into the shower and dressing up was all I needed. After all I was prepared (so I thought). I arrived at Tigris crescent, parked, got out and headed for the main gate of YGH. On getting there, the security man instantly knew why I was there even before I said anything (this was 7:30am). So I answered Yes! since he had the gift of “knowing”. This was just the beginning of a long day!!!

Got back into the car, the wait has just begun. On the offside, I had to pay 300 naira to park for 5 hours. The officer also told me I was parked facing the wrong direction. I quickly looked…

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