At the moment where many National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) members are celebrating the new increase in their allawee, one has chosen to do the extra-ordinary as he reportedly gave his own allawee out to support the less privileged at his place of primary assignment (PPA).
According to a post shared by a Twitter user whose name is identified as Tomiwa Jonathan, he gave decided to give out his own allawee which is N33,000 as earlier approved and implemented by the Federal Government of Nigeria, to the less privileged kids around where he is doing his national youth service.
9jatoday understands that Tomiwa, however, did not reveal where in particular or which set of people he gave the money to, but it was stated that he gave the money out as support.
Meanwhile, he stated that his gesture was likely to go unnoticed as it was not the negative news people wish to hear always.
“This corper donated his 33k to the less privileged in his area, news like this no dey go far, because it’s not a negative stuff #Rema”
— KEEP ME ANON😌 (@tomiwa_jo) February 1, 2020
9jatoday understands that the new increase in the NYSC Allawee is meant to encourage and support the corps to do something meaning during after their service year.
In another news, 9jatoday had reported that a student of Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Temitope Joseph has been named as the best graduating student of the institution.
9jatoday learned that the 23-year-old Temitope who graduated with with a CGPA of 4.80 told newsmen that he was able to come this far by his determination to hug hard work rather than pleasures.
According to the report, Temitope Joseph had graduated from the Department of Computer Science, JABU University, Ikeji-Arakeji, Osun State, emerging as the best overall student for the 2018/2019 academic session.