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Have you checked your NYSC state of deployment yet?

If yes, then you need to start preparing for the NYSC camp. You are expected to report to the camp on the date indicated in your Call-Up letter.

In this NYSC Comprehensive Guide, we talked about:

HOW TO GET to NYSC Lagos Camp Iyana Ipaja? ,

NYSC Orientation Camps in Nigeria,

NYSC Travel Safety Tips for Prospective Corps Members,

NYSC Camp Registration Requirements,

FAQs about nysc orientation camp 2023,

What is PPAs?,

HOW TO LOCATE ALL THE NYSC ORIENTATION CAMPS In Nigeria.

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HOW TO GET  to NYSC Lagos Camp Iyana Ipaja

The NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp in Lagos State is located at Iyana Ipaja, in the Agege Local Government Area. If you are coming from the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, you can stop at the Ojodu Berger Bus Stop and board a vehicle heading to Agege. Once you arrive at the Agege Bus Stop, you can board another cab heading to Iyana Ipaja and get off at the Jude Bus Stop.

Congrats on your BATCH B, 2023 Call-Up Letter and and you are now wondering where is NYSC orientation camp located in Lagos.

Do you need help finding the NYSC Lagos camp at Iyana Ipaja?

If yes, I can provide you with detailed directions.

Address of Orientation Camp: NYSC PERM. ORIENT. CAMP, IPAJA, AGEGE LAGOS STATE

NYSC Camp Registration Requirements:
I hope before leaving you already have your Original Statement of Result or Certificate endorsed by an authorized officer with an authentic signature. School Identity Card. For foreign graduates, an International Passport and original copies of all uploaded documents are required.

How can I get to Iyana Ipaja from Lekki-Epe Expressway?

Very simple!

If you are coming in through the Lekki-Epe Expressway, you can stop at the CMS bus stop and board a vehicle directly to Iyana Ipaja.

From there, just take a bike or walk a short distance to the NYSC orientation camp.

If you do not see a direct vehicle to Iyana Ipaja, you can board a vehicle to Oshodi and then board another vehicle to Iyana Ipaja.

You can also find vehicles to Iyana Ipaja at the Obalende bus stop.

How can I get to Iyana Ipaja from Lagos-Badagry Expressway?

If you are heading to the NYSC camp via the Lagos-Badagry Expressway, make a stop at the Mile 2 bus stop and board a direct vehicle to Iyana Ipaja. Once you arrive in Iyana Ipaja, you can board a bike or take a short walk to the NYSC orientation camp. So easy. (Don’t forget to ask for direction when in doubt please)

Maybe you are coming by Air

How you can get to Iyana Ipaja by air?

If you are flying in for your NYSC orientation camp, you can board a plane to the local wing of the Murtala Mohammed Airport in Lagos state. Once you arrive at the airport, you can pick up a taxi or ride-hailing service like Bolt, Rida etc to the NYSC orientation camp. The journey from the airport to the camp takes about 15 minutes. (Might be more than 15 minutes because this is Lagos. You gerrit. Traffic is something else)

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NYSC Orientation Camps in Nigeria

Here is a list of the locations and addresses of all the NYSC orientation camps in Nigeria:

State NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp
Abia NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Umunna, Bende LGA
Adamawa NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Lapondo Road, Damare, Girei LGA
Akwa Ibom NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Ikot Itie Udung, Nsit Atai LGA
Anambra Nnamdi Azikiwe NYSC Unity Permanent Orientation Camp, Umuawulu/Mbaukwu, Awka South LGA
Bauchi NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, KM 60 Wailo, Ganjuwa LGC
Bayelsa NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Boro Town, Via Kaiama Town, Kolokoma/Opokuma LGA
Benue NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Wannune, Tarka LGA, Kilometer 35 Makurdi Gboko Road
Borno GDSS Soro, along Bauchi-Darazo Road, Ganuwa LGA
Cross River NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Obubra, Obubra LGA
Delta NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Former Martins TTC, Issele-Uku, Aniocha North LGA
Ebonyi NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Macgregor College, Afikpo LGA
Edo NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Opposite Igbinedion University, Okada, Ovia North East LGA
Ekiti NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Ise-Orun/Emure LGA
Enugu NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp Awgu, Awgu LGA
FCT NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Kubwa, Bwari Area Council
Gombe NYSC Temporary Orientation Camp, Science Technical College, Amada, KM 21, Gombe- Bauchi Highway, Near International Airport
Imo NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp Former Girlsโ€™ Model Secondary School Eziama Obaire, Nkwerre LGA
Jigawa NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Opposite Army Barrack, Fanisau, Dutse LGA
Kaduna Government College, Gwamna Road, Kurmin Mashi Kaduna
Kano NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Kusala Dam, Karaye, Karaye LGA
Katsina Youth Multi-purpose Centre/NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Mani Road, Katsina
Kebbi NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Dakingari, Suru LGA
Kogi NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Asaya, Kabba LGA
Kwara NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Yikpata, Edu LGA
Lagos NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Iyana-Ipaja, Agege
Nasarawa Magaji Dan-Yamusa Permanent Orientation Camp, Keffi
Niger NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, (Former Abubakar, Dada Senior Secondary School), Paiko
Ogun NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Ikenne Road Sagamu, Sagamu LGA
Ondo NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Ikare-Akoko, Ikare- Akoko LGA
Osun NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Aisu College Hospital Road Ede, Ede North LGA
Oyo NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp Iseyin, Iseyin LGA
Plateau NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp Mangu, Mangu LGA
Rivers NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Nonwa-Gbam, Tai LGA
Sokoto NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Wamakko, Wamakko LGA
Taraba NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Sibre Airport Road, Jalingo
Yobe NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Dazigau; KM 5, Potiskum-Kano Road, Nangere LGA
Zamfara NYSC Temporary Orientation Camp, Government Science Secondary School, Gada Biyu, Gusau

Important Resources for Prospective Corps Members:

  1. NYSC Camp Registration Requirements: To ensure a smooth registration process at your orientation camp, review the necessary documents and requirements outlined in this resource.
  2. NYSC Travel Safety Tips for Prospective Corps Members: Safeguard your journey to the orientation camp by following these essential travel safety tips.

Verifying Camp Address:

All Prospective Corps Members are advised to check the camp addresses and ensure the camp address of their State of Deployment corresponds with that on the call-up letter. If there is a discrepancy, reprint your call-up letter before proceeding to the Orientation Camp.

NYSC Travel Safety Tips for Prospective Corps Members
NYSC Travel Safety Tips for Prospective Corps Members

NYSC Travel Safety Tips for Prospective Corps Members

NYSC Travel Safety Tips for Prospective Corps Members

1. Plan your trip in advance. Make sure you have all the necessary documents and know the route you will be taking. This will help you avoid getting lost or stranded.

2. Travel with a companion. It is always safer to travel with someone else. You can look out for each other and help each other in case of an emergency.

3. Avoid traveling at night. Night travel is more dangerous, as there is a higher risk of being robbed or attacked.

4. Board a vehicle from a reputable transport company (If it’s going to be a long jurney). Do not board a vehicle from a roadside park or from someone you do not know.

5. Pay the full fare. Do not pay a partial fare or accept a ride from someone who is offering a discount.

6. Keep your valuables close to you. Do not leave your belongings unattended, even for a few minutes.

7. Be aware of your surroundings. Pay attention to your surroundings and do not be afraid to ask for help if you feel unsafe.

8. Report any suspicious activity to the authorities. If you see something, say something.

Additional tips:

==> Dress appropriately. Do not overdress or underdress.

==> Be polite and courteous to everyone you meet.

==> Avoid arguments and discussions about sensitive topics, such as politics and religion.

==> Do not drink alcohol or drugs before or during your journey.

==> Stay hydrated and eat regular meals.

==> Be courteous, but don’t trust people too quickly. Don’t be loud while answering telephone calls, so as not to unknowingly divulge information that may place you in harm’s way.

==> Watch your drinking habit. Alcohol dulls your senses. Always be sober.

==> Make sure you have packed all the relevant documents that will be requested at the point of registration.

==> Do not overburden yourself with loads. Only take what you need for the journey. (It is just three weeks, you are not going to your husband’s house)

==> Share your travel plans with your loved ones and keep them updated on your progress throughout the trip.

==> Get enough sleep before your journey. (When happy or anxious, sleep might not come. So try not to be too anxious.)

NYSC Camp Registration Requirements:

NYSC CALL-UP LETTER
NYSC Call-Up Letter
NYSC Green Card
NYSC Green Card

To successfully register at the NYSC camp, prospective corps members must provide the following documents:

  1. Original Call-up Letter or Call-up Letter printed online.
  2. Original Statement of Result or Certificate endorsed by an authorized officer with an authentic signature.
  3. School Identity Card.
  4. For foreign graduates, an International Passport and original copies of all uploaded documents are required.
  5. Medical professionals (Medical Doctors, Pharmacists, Physiotherapists, Nurses, Medical Laboratory Scientists, Radiographers, Optometrists, and graduates of Health Record & Information Management) must present evidence of registration with their respective professional bodies.
  6. Prospective Corps Members MUST present a Certificate of Fitness from a government or military hospital, affixed with the Nigeria Medical Association (NMA) stamp, indicating their health status before registration.

We wish you a safe and uneventful journey to your orientation camp!

FAQs

  • How many weeks is the  nysc orientation camp? (One of our users asked). 

The National Youth Service Corp orientation camp is a three (3) week compulsory programme for youth corpers.

  • What are the activities in NYSC Orientation Camp?

The activities in NYSC Orientation Camp are designed to prepare corps members for their service year. They include:

* Lectures on the history and objectives of the NYSC scheme
* Military training, including drill, weapon handling, and first aid
* Community development projects
* Sports and recreational activities
* Cultural programs
* Health talks and screenings
  • What are the allowances given in NYSC Camp?

Corps members are entitled to the following allowances in NYSC Camp:

* Transport/bicycle allowance
* First month statutory allowance
* Feeding allowance
* Medical allowance
  • What are the documents required for NYSC registration in the camp?

The following documents are required for NYSC registration in the camp:

* Call-up letter
* Statement of result
* Green card
* 8 passport photographs
* Valid institution ID card
  • What are the rules and regulations of NYSC Orientation Camp?

Corp members are expected to abide by the following rules and regulations in NYSC Orientation Camp:

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NYSC ORIENTATION CAMP – layiwasabi
* Obey all instructions from camp officials
* Dress in the prescribed uniform at all times
* Refrain from cultism, drug abuse, and other vices
* Participate in all camp activities
* Be respectful to all camp officials and other corps members
  • What happens on the last day of NYSC Orientation Camp?

On the last day of NYSC Orientation Camp, corps members will be:

* Discharged from the camp
* Issued their NYSC certificates
* Given their posting letters to their Places of Primary Assignment (PPAs)
  • What happens after NYSC Orientation Camp?

After NYSC Orientation Camp, corps members will:

* Report to their PPAs. 
* Serve for the rest of the year
* Enjoy their two-week vacation after their service year

What is PPAs?

PPA stands for Place of Primary Assignment in the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme in Nigeria. It is the place where corps members are posted to after completing their three weeks of orientation camp. The PPA is where corps members will spend the rest of their service year, rendering selfless service to their country.

The PPA can be a school, a hospital, a government or state parastatal, or even a private company. The NYSC will try to match corps members with PPAs that are relevant to their field of study. However, it is not always possible to do this, and corps members may be posted to PPAs that are not in their chosen field.

Corps members are expected to work at their PPAs for a minimum of 35 hours per week. They are also expected to participate in community development projects and other activities that will benefit their host communities.

At the end of their service year, corps members will be evaluated on their performance at their PPAs. They will also be required to write a report on their service year.

Here are some tips for getting a good PPA in NYSC:

Do your research. Before you go to camp, research different PPAs in your state. Find out what kind of work they do, what the environment is like, and what the opportunities for learning and development are.

Network. Talk to your friends, family, and mentors about their experiences with NYSC. They may be able to recommend good PPAs or put you in touch with someone who can help you get a good posting.

Write a good PPA letter. When you are applying for PPAs, make sure to write a good letter that highlights your skills and experience. Explain why you are interested in the PPA and what you can contribute.

Be persistent. If you don’t get your first choice for a PPA, don’t give up. Keep applying for PPAs and eventually you will find one that is a good fit for you.

HOW TO LOCATE ALL THE NYSC ORIENTATION CAMPS In Nigeria

FOR THE SAKE OF OUR PCMs TRAVELING FOR NYSC

HOW TO LOCATE ALL THE NYSC ORIENTATION CAMPS

1. ABIA : On your way to Umuahia, come down at Bus stop gate in Umuahia, take a cab going to Ohafia via Igbere. Tell the driver you are going to Igbere before Abriba. Once you stop at Igbere which is just about 300-400 naira from Umuahia. Cross to the other side of the road and walk straight to camp. Please, on no account should you tell the driver that you’re going to Bende, because Bende Town is a bit far from Igbere where your camp is located.

2. ADAMAWA : From Yola, take a taxi to Vinikilang. From Vinikilang, you’ll get a Keke straight to the camp. You can also take a drop that will carry only you or with your friends straight to the camp from whichever park you are arriving from. The price for a drop will range from 700 to 1,000 naira.

3. AKWA IBOM : From AKTC park in Uyo, you might see a direct bus to camp, but if you didn’t see, there’s another way to get to camp without problems. Take a Keke to a place called Plaza, walk down to Oron road and ask where they board Nsit Atai buses.

4. ANAMBRA : Coming from Onitsha, go to upper iweka and enter a bus going to Awka, as soon as you’d enter the bus, don’t forget to remind the driver or conductor that you’ll be stopping at the NYSC orientation camp in Umunya.

When you get to Umunya, look for a bike man that’ll take you into the camp.

The distance from Onitsha to Umunya is from 20 to 40 minutes and the total price might range from 300 to 500. Coming from Awka, go to unizik junction and enter a bus going to Onitsha, as soon as you’d enter the bus, don’t forget to remind the driver or conductor that you’ll be stopping at the NYSC orientation camp in Umunya. When you’d get to Umunya, look for a bike man that’ll take you into the camp. The distance from Awka to Umunya is from 20 to 30 minutes and the total price might range from 300 to 400.

5. BAUCHI : From the last bus stop in Bauchi, take a taxi to Muda Lawal park, then take another bus going to Wailo from the park. The NYSC orientation camp is located in Wailo.

6. BAYELSA : Get a bus going to Yenagoa and tell the driver to stop you at Mbiama (just before they enter Bayelsa), at Mbiama you will see cabs going to Kaiama, join one and tell them you will stop at Kaiama park. From Kaiama park, take a direct bike to camp.

7. BENUE : From Makurdi last bus stop, cross to the other side and directly in front of Winners Chapel church, there are cars going to Gboko, from Gboko, you’ll drop at the NYSC camp just after police college by the road side.

8. BORNO : Coming from Kano, tell the drivers that you’re going to Gumel in Jigawa state, they’ll direct you to a place that you’ll get a taxi. The taxi will take you to a place that you’ll get a straight bus to the College of Education, Gumel, where the temporary orientation camp is located.

9. CROSS RIVER: From Lagos and South west states, stop at Calabar and take a straight bus to Obubra and tell them to stop you at Obubra junction, and enter a bike of 150 to 200 straight to the NYSC orientation camp. From Abuja, enter a Calabar bus and tell the driver that you’ll be coming down at Obubra junction, at Obubra junction, enter a bike of 150 to 200 straight to the NYSC orientation camp. From Onitsha, stop at upper Iweka and enter IKOM motor, tell the driver that you’ll be coming down at Obubra junction, at Obubra junction, enter a bike of 150 to 200 straight to the NYSC orientation camp.

10. DELTA : For those coming to Delta from Lagos and the whole of South West or Benin, enter Asaba bus or Onitsha bus and tell the driver to drop you at Issele-Uku junction. When you’d get to the junction, cross the express and take a bike straight to the orientation camp, which will range from 70 – 100 naira. For those coming from Enugu and the whole of South east, enter Onitsha bus and stop at upper Iweka, from upper Iweka, enter Asaba bus from 150 to 200 naira and drop at Koko junction which is the last bus stop and from there you’ll see Issele-uku bus.

Enter the bus and drop at Issele-Uku junction. When you’d get to the junction, cross the express and take a bike straight to the orientation camp, which will range from 70 – 100 naira. The journey to Issele-uku from Asaba is about 25 to 35 minutes.

11. EBONYI : From Abakaliki, enter a bus to Afikpo Macgregor camp. Stop at the junction and take a straight bike to the camp.

12. EDO : From Benin, take a bus to Okada. From Okada, you’ll see a cab or bike that’ll take you straight to the orientation camp.

13. EKITI : From Ado-Ekiti, get a straight bus to the NYSC orientation camp located at Ise-Emure Ekiti. The price for the bus will be around 300 naira.

14. ENUGU : Coming from any part of Nigeria please proceed to Enugu City. When you get to Enugu City, locate Holy Ghost Park, ask for vehicles going to Awgu and board one of them straight to the camp.

Coming from South, for eg. Port Harcourt-Calabar Axis.

You donโ€™t have to get to Enugu City, just board a bus heading to Enugu, inform the driver that you will be stopping at Awgu NYSC Camp. Remind him again, once you have passed Okigwe.

Coming by air, board an airplane to the Enugu Airport. From the terminal, hire a cab straight to the camp or you can get to Holy Ghost Park and board a vehicle straight to the NYSC Camp.

A second option by air, is the Owerri Airport, from Owerri, proceed by road to Okigwe, from Okigwe you will easily get a cab to the Awgu NYSC camp.

15. FCT : Stop at Jabi park, take a taxi or Keke to Wuse market and board a bus going to Kubwa village. The last bus stop is at Kubwa market, from the Kubwa market, the NYSC orientation camp is just a walking distance or you could just board a bike to the camp.

16. GOMBE : From Gombe park, enter a straight bus to the camp. The orientation camp is located at Science Technical college, Amanda, km 21, Gombe-Bauchi Highway-near International Airport Gombe.

17. IMO : Coming from Owerri, take a bus from Ama JK to Nkwerre. Make sure that you’d tell the driver that you’re going to the NYSC camp in Eziama Obaire Nkwerre, stop at Nkume junction and take a bike to the camp. The distance from Owerri to the camp is like 40 minutes to 1 hour and the bus charge will be ranging from 300 to 500.

18. JIGAWA : From Kano, take a bus going to Dutse, tell the driver that you’ll stop at the NYSC orientation camp in Fanisau, the journey will last for about 1 hour 30 minutes. The camp is located opposite an Army barrack.

19. KADUNA : From the Kaduna city, enter a bus going to Chikun local government, tell the driver that you’re going to the NYSC orientation camp. The camp is located at the Kaduna/Abuja expressway and costs 150 to 200 naira from the city.

20. KANO : On your way to Kano state, tell the driver to drop you at Unguwa uku. When he stops, you’ll see buses waiting to drop people at Karaye camp at the rate of 500 to 700 naira, but if the driver didn’t stop you at Unguwa uku, then stop at the final bus stop, Sabon-gari park at new road and board a Keke to Bata for 50 to 70 naira, from there, find a bus to Kabuga park, when you’d get to Kabuga park, board a bus to Karaye camp.

21. KATSINA : From Kano, board a bus going to Katsina, from the park in Katsina, you’ll get a bike straight to the camp, located at Mani road.

22. KEBBI : From Mando park in Kaduna, get a vehicle going to Yauri/Kontagora, drop at Yauri. From Yauri, get a vehicle going to Koko. After dropping at Koko, get a straight cab to the orientation camp located at Dakingari. From Ibadan, get a vehicle going to Kontagora, Niger state, drop at Kontagora and get a vehicle going to Koko. After dropping at Koko junction, get a straight cab to the orientation camp located at Dakingari.

23. KOGI : From anywhere in Kogi state, board a bus going to Kabba, stop at the last bus stop and board a bike to the NYSC orientation camp.

24. KWARA : From Ilorin, take a bike to Maraba, that’s where you’ll get bus going to Yikpata camp. The buses will stop you at the camp entrance.

25. LAGOS : From Ikeja, take a bus to Iyana Ipaja, when you’d get to Iyana Ipaja, take a bus to Agege or Iyapaja and tell the driver to stop you at the NYSC orientation camp.

From Ojota, take a bus to Oshodi, from Oshodi, take a bus to Iyana Ipaja and stop at their last bus stop which is under bridge, take the road on the right where you were stopped and walk down straight or ask people around the bus stop where the nysc camp is located and they will direct you appropriately.

From Oyingbo, take a bus going to costain, when you’d get to costain, take a bus to Ojuelegba, from Ojuelegba, take a bus going to Oshodi, from Oshodi, take a bus to Iyana Ipaja and stop at their last bus stop which is under bridge, take the road on the right where you were stopped and walk down straight or ask people around the bus stop where the NYSC orientation camp is located and they will direct you appropriately.

(We have dealt with this in full details at the beginning if this post)

26. NASARAWA : From Abuja, board a bus and stop at Mararaba, and take about 200 naira bus to Keffi and tell the driver to stop you at the NYSC orientation camp.

27. NIGER : From Minna, take a bike to Mobil filling station and take a bus straight to Paiko where the orientation camp is located.

28. OGUN : From Lagos, take a direct bus to Sagamu, when the bus stops, enter a bike straight to the orientation camp. From Abeokuta, take a bus to Sagamu, when the bus stops, enter a bike straight to the orientation camp. From Abeokuta to Sagamu is close to an hour.

29. ONDO: From Akure, take a taxi to Benin garage, you’ll see a vehicle going to Ikare. From the last bus stop, take a bike straight to the orientation camp.

30. OSUN : From Osogbo, enter a bus going to Ede, as soon as they stop you, look for a bike that’ll take you straight to the NYSC orientation camp for the rate of 100 to 150 naira. From Lagos, Ibadan, Kogi, Abeokuta or Abuja, look for a bus going to Osun state, immediately you get to Ife or Ilesha, tell the driver that you’ll stop at Gbogan, from Gbogan, you will take a direct bus to the camp which is very close.

31. OYO : When you’d get to Ibadan, stop at Iwo road. From Iwo road, take a taxi of 150 to 200 naira going to Ojoo and tell them to drop you at Iseyin park. From Iseyin park, take a bus going to the orientation camp for up to 800 to 1,000 naira and be prepared for more that 2 hours journey.

32. PLATEAU : CAMP VENUE CHANGED.

33. RIVERS : When you’d get to Port harcourt, stop at Eleme junction, and ask for directions where Nonwa or Gokana buses are loading, and board a bus to the orientation camp. Make sure you’d tell the driver that you’re going to the camp, the NYSC orientation camp is along the road. The journey is about 1 hour.

34. SOKOTO : From the park in Sokoto city, get a bike man and tell him to take you to Wamakko. It will cost you from 150 to 250 naira, the camp is located at the left side of the road.

35. TARABA : The NYSC orientation camp in Taraba is located at Sibre Airport Road, Jalingo. On your way to Jalingo, you’ll be dropped in the gate of the NYSC camp, because it’s located at the express.

36. YOBE : From Kano, get a direct bus going to Yobe. The camp is located at Potiskum. From Lagos, take a direct bus to Potiskum. From Onitsha, take a direct bus to Potiskum.

37. ZAMFARA : From Kaduna, stop at Kawo park, get a bike or taxi to NDA junction where Zamfara park is located and get a bus to Zamfara, the camp is along the road at Tsafe LGA.

Safe journey ๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

*Please kindly note that some transport charges may not be accurate as prices may change due to the economy*๐Ÿคž๐Ÿป๐Ÿคž๐Ÿป๐Ÿคž๐Ÿป

Don’t be afraid, you are not going to Niger Republic to fight war. 

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NYSC ORIENTATION CAMP

Also, don’t forget to take beautiful pictures (beauriful pishure) at the NYSC Orientation Cam, like the ones below!

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NYSC ORIENTATION CAMP – Layiwasabi
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