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5 ways to maximize your time at NYSC camp

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), an organization set up by the Nigerian government since 1973 to ensure Nigerian students give a mandatory one-year service upon graduation, recently issued out call-up letters to certain individuals who have qualified to join the last batch for the year. However, while these individuals are much elated to get the opportunity, seeing as completing the service year entitles one to employment, a number of them are perturbed as to how to cope with the three weeks “orientation” period spent in a military-controlled boot “camp” away from family and friends. Jumia Travel, therefore, suggests 7 ways prospective youth corpers can maximize their time at the NYSC camp. Join the OBS The Orientation Broadcasting Service (OBS) is a great way to serve while in the...

Jackie Aina shares valuable advice about money, dating and career for young women

Jackie Aina, the American- Nigerian Youtube sensation is fondly known throughout the beauty world as Aunty Jackie and in her new video she shares some pearls of wisdom with her fans. Let’s be honest, being in your 20s is hard. It’s finally time to get a real job and at the same time, you’re juggling friendships with people who are just as confused as you are and don’t even get us started on dating. On top of all of that, you’re trying to figure out who you are on your own. Your 20’s are a roller-coaster of emotions as you try and find your place in this world. In your early twenties, it’s realistic to think that you have 10 years of freedom to pursue your goals before ‘settling down’, getting a real job, buying a house and starting a family and its a very unique time in your life. Vi...

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