A skirt wearing Sokoto corp member was spotted at Wammako camp, and people present in the area couldn’t take their eyes off her unique slay.
Facebook user Fegor Kelvin Sticks who shared the photo of the Sokoto corp member wrote;
What my eyes saw dis morning in wamakko sokoto camp @mr Aladine $ miss deeperlife
In 2017, the Nigerian Government pledged to support in the growth and sustenance of the one-year-old Sierra Leonean National Youth Service scheme. The Director-General of the NYSC, Brig.-Gen. Suleiman Kazaure, made the promise when he received a delegation from the National Youth Service of Sierra Leone and the Sierra-Leonean Ministry of Youths in Abuja.
Kazaure said the scheme would share with the Sierra Leone national youth service, its challenges and successes which would provide more insight into how best it can succeed and sustain the programme. He said that the scheme would also share with the organisation the strategies it had put in place over the years which has enabled the scheme succeed in all areas of its endeavour.
“The NYSC though continues to count successes in all areas; it has not had it smooth. The scheme continues to face challenges even though we always make the effort to address them as they come. “Currently the scheme mobilises over 300,000 corps members yearly and that is a challenge for us because this number increases every year. “We always have to contend with availability of facilities to cater for this increasing number,’’ Kazaure said.
Earlier, Dr Sheku Kamara, the Sierra Leone Presidential Adviser on Youth, who led the delegation, said the government was ‘eternally indebted’ to Nigeria for supporting it in times of war and peace. According to him, the team was visiting the NYSC to see what examples and lessons can be learnt and possibly implement back in their country.
Members of the delegation included Prof. David Koroma, the Chairman, National Youth Service (NYS) Board, Sierra Leone, and Dr Mohammed Bah, the Executive Secretary, NYS.