Nigerian lady, Paschaline Bernard Ifeoma has made the rounds on social media after she bought herself a new car to celebrate her Passing out from NYSC.
Ifeoma shared the inspiring story on Friday July 17 via her facebook page.
The lady being a young entrepreneur revealed that while serving, she harnessed several opportunities as an up and coming Filmmaker, actress, graduate Lawyer and events planner thus did not depend solely on the N19,800/N33,000 monthly stipend from the Federal Government.
Her words ;
“Finally DONE ✅
POP was today 💃🏼
See eh, in this my “CORPERship”, God didn’t let me suffer or beg for bread.. instead, I gave to many, put food on people’s table even during the pandemic!
I only witnessed LIFTING UP where others saw a casting down 🙏
A lot of people asked, “YOU NA CORPER?”
Yes oo, I be ordinary corper who didn’t have to sit around waiting for the governments miserable 19,800 allowance before its increase to 33k!
I be ordinary corper who is a farmer, a film maker, a fish seller and an office admin!
I’ve never seen a better yesterday 🙏
Thank you God for always!
NYSC Pass out is not a next phase for me cos I witnessed a NEXT PHASE in my life with each breaking day and witnessing God’s amazing grace in all that concerns me.
This RED baby is a gift from ME to ME on my POP and she shall be called “PASSY-B” ❤️
Thank you Mama Maria Ude Nwachi for all the love, encouragement and patronage 🙏
Congratulations to all B2 Corp members.
See y’all on top 💪
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