Corps member laments

A married member of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has taken to Facebook to lament bitterly after she was not allowed to stay in Lagos Orientation camp.

Aboh Victoria Otsanya, who was posted to Lagos State for the mandatory one-year National Service and supposed to partake in a 3-week orientation exercise, claimed she and other married women were not allowed to stay in camp.

Corps member laments

According to her, it did not matter if they were not pregnant or nursing a child, all married woman were not permitted to stay at the orientation camp located in Iyana Ipaja.

She wrote on Tuesday, June 21,

“Iyana-lpaja orientation camp Lagos, married women are not allowed to camp weather pregnant or not, weather nursing mother or not non of us is allowed to stay in the camp.”

A while ago, the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Gombe State has confirmed that a female corps member was evicted from the orientation camp in Amada for refusing to wear khaki trousers.

In a statement released on Friday, March 25, the state coordinator, Ada Imoni, stated the corps member “blatantly refused to wear the khaki trouser and instead opted to wear a khaki skirt.”

“She was made to face the camp court, found guilty and subsequently decamped in accordance to the provisions of the NYSC Bye-laws”. Imoni added.

Previous article2Baba’s baby mama Sunmbo Adeoye replies Annie Idibia’s comment on her son’s induction ceremony
Next article“Some pastors’ wives have low self esteem. They can’t stand the presence of a well endowed beautiful single lady in church” – Wife of Akwa Ibom pastor says

Leave a Reply