Cross River: Female Corp Member Builds Borehole For Abi Community

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By Ogar Monday

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Salisu Aishat, a corps member serving in the Itigidi community, Abi Local Government Area of Cross River State has donated a borehole with an overhead tank to the community.

Aishat while handing over the project which she had implemented as part of the  Community Development Service, thanked the NYSC for the opportunity to be able to create such an impact and touch lives far away from her home.

She also thanked the community leaders for their support and for being wonderful hosts.

Speaking, the Cross River State NYSC Coordinator Mr. Zemoh Andrew applauded the corp member for the project, saying she has integrated herself into the community thereby fulfilling the community development service leg of the scheme.

The State Coordinator who was represented by the Head of Community Development Service, CDS,  Mr. Peter Achigili, added that the corps member has shown exemplary leadership which culminated in the completion of the project.

Zemoh said: “Corp members are to identify the felt needs of their host communities and provide solutions to them which is the Hallmark of the Community development service that Salisu Aishat has achieved today,” urging the community to maintain and make judicious use of the project to properly serve the community.

Receiving the project for the community, the Village Head, His Royal Highness Eval John Nkanu Ivon thanked the corps member and the NYSC management for posting corps members with initiatives to his community, promising that they will properly utilize the facility.


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