Proud Corps Member Who Volunteered as a Carpenter Makes Headline

While most corps members prefer to be posted to white collar jobs targeting booming Government parastatals such as NNPC, Central Bank, and others, this industrious young corp member, Stephen M. Teru choose to use his skills to make a difference.

According to reports, Stephen volunteered his skills for the comfort of over 80 students by making desks, tables, benches and shelves for them.

While bowing out of National service named, he wrote:

“To God be the glory! I volunteered my skill to produce desks, tables, benches and shelves for the comfort of over 80 students and pupils of the two public schools (Community Secondary School and St. Georges Primary School) in my host community -Old Netim, Akamkpa LGA. Cross River State.”

“I must in a very special way appreciate the good people of the community for their support. Big thanks to my ever supportive principal Mr Emmanuel Eni Sir, you are too much! My NYSC Inspector, Mr Ubong Effanga, thank you Sir! You’ve been a great source of motivation to us all. All my friends and colleagues, thanks for being there. My family at Jos, this is for you!”

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