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National salute to Mr. President

17 June 2015, 13:46 Aworinde Abass Temitope

It's few days to the end of another service year of my fellow batch B Corp members for answering to the clarion call of the father's land. We have served under the sun and in the rain; day and night and have executed several community projects...

It's very important that this letter get to Mr President, it's a quick reminder on one of his promise during the campaign that every Nigerian graduate should be paid some amount of money after the service year (NYSC) pending on when they secure a job...

Fellow Corp members (BATCH B&C 2014/2015) we expect Mr president to remember the role we played during the 2015 general elections as we slept in the class rooms and some slept in the Bush to protect the election materials day before the election, some could not get home until five(5) days after election, some came home with injuries, some didn't eat for days, some were adopted or kidnapped and released days after elections. As we have paid these prizes for our father's land to ensure a credible, free and fair elections, our expectations are high as we take off the khaki and hairdressing, no longer called federal government pikin.

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MR PRESIDENT AND MR VICE PRESIDENT Do not neglect nor forget the NYSC batch of 2014/2015 Corp members Finally, I congratulate His excellency, the president of the federal Republic of Nigeria General Mohammadu buhari and the vice president prof yemi oshibanjo for their victory at the polls Long live NYSC SCHEME long live the PRESIDENCY Long live the FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA...

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