Greetings gentlemen corps members.
I write to all passing out corps members from various state orientation camps of NYSC. Take this very serious. It’s also important just as your alawee is importanter. lol!!!!. So let’s take a read on the tips..
1. Know your P. P. A
The first thing to do is to know your place of primary assignment (P. P. A). It is very necessary because it helps to save cost of transport to and fro your residence. Never embark on a house search if you don’t have a P.P.A yet. Your P. P. A before house search; and in a house search, rent a house immediate to your P. P. A. For example in Akwa Ibom State where I’m serving, you can’t have your P. P. A in Eket and you are residing at Uyo likewise staying far within the town/city from your P. P. A. Just stay immediate your P. P. A.
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Yeah.. I called it my new experience because I actually relocated from Kogi State..
Read My NYSC Experience in Asaya Kabba Orientation Camp, Kogi State
I reported on the 10th of December 2018 at Akwa Ibom NYSC state secretariat as we were advise at the camp by the state coordinator, Mrs. Oludolapo O. Ahile. Necessary registration and documentation were done but it was very stressful because of the population of relocated Corps members. Finally I, registered, documented and opened a new account. This means the one opened at the camp isn’t needful for NYSC alawee again. I received my P. P. A letter on my portal dashboard; I printed the letter, went to my P. P. A and I was accepted. The next day I reported at the state zonal office and documented my acceptance, got my C. D. S; after which, I registered my account details. I left for home to resume my P. P. A after my approved break expires.
Wow!!! Now about the state…
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Please note: this blog post contain pidgin language. For my foreign readers, please don’t get annoyed 🙏.Thanks.
Hmm…. everyone has an experience to share during their 21 days in camp. So this is a summary of mine because if I am to write a whole lot of my experience, then get ready to read in pages. Lest I forget, for my foreign readers, NYSC is an acronym meaning National Youth Service Corps – a one year mandatory national service for all Nigerian graduates from tertiary institutions home and diaspora.
Now, my trip to NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Asaya Kabba, Kogi state……
On the 24th of October 2018, I started out on a trip to Lokoja from Calabar boarding ABC transport bus that was ideal for Abuja. So this means I am alighting at Lokoja better than Calabar to Enugu, Enugu to Lokoja. It took me 10 hours to get to Lokoja; 😴 very tiresome, then,
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