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Corps Member, Jummai Donates Chairs And Desks To Rivers School

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National Youth Corps members have been charged to use the opportunity of the period while they are serving their fatherland to solve problems facing community of their primary place of assignment.

The charge was made by serving corps member, Yusuf Rukayat Jummai with state code RV/20A/0667 as part of her advice after she successfully donated 10 three desk and chair seaters to students of Government Secondary School, Abua, Rivers State as her personal project.

Jummai, who studied Biochemistry at the Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University Lapai, Niger State, said corps members should not shy away from helping others in their own little way irrespective of their religion and tribe.

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Speaking with BlazeNewz after the desk and chairs were handed over to the school management, the corps member said she found the project as a need in order to enhance learning environment conducive for the pupils.

“When I first came to this school, entered the classroom, I realized that two seater desk and chair meant for two students was occupied by four students and they were not comfortable to the extent that some of them were sitting on the floor.

“I did this project not to seek for recommendation from anybody but reward from Allah ” she said.

Explaining how fund was raised , Jummai said a WhatsApp group was created where awareness of her project was sent to friends and family who later supported her with fund.

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She added that Abua–Odual Local Government and other members of the community where she is serving also contributed to the success of the project.

She, however, urged the pupils to use the facility donated to them judiciously and take its advantage to improve in their learning, adding that they should always be an obedient students to their teachers including corps members.

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Hammed Tajudeen is the editor in-chief of Blaze News, holds Higher National Diploma(HND) in Mass Communication, graduated from Osun State Polytechnic, Iree.

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