After NYSC camp ends, one other place to see youth corpers displaying their behaviour is on their WhatsApp group. This is where everybody changes character and act anyhow because nobody will exactly identify them. But we are watching them, and now we have brought you a report. Which of these characters do you recognise? Which one are you? Don’t lie o.
1. The sticker kings.
These ones have a sticker for everything. Including stickers that are very irritating. You say one thing, they respond with fourteen stickers. It’s a wonder how they were surviving before stickers came into existence.
2. The traders.
Basically, they sell everything from sneakers to hijab and headscarves. They will post plenty photos and when you ask them how much it costs, their response is simple: DM me for price. Set awon…
3. The single guys who came to NYSC to marry wife.
You’ll think they can’t find a babe anywhere else. They always complain that babes are scarce, and the babes in CDS don’t make it interesting because they always rush to go home after CDS. You can’t blame them. Na wetin singleness cause.
4. The Yoruba speaking people and that one person who hates it.
This one is a major wahala. Especially if you’re serving in a Yoruba speaking state. Yoruba people will always speak Yoruba. And some people don’t like it. So when one person speaks out angrily, the other Yoruba people will descend on that person. And then trouble go wear mini skirt.
5. The allowee never enter my account.
Since they started NYSC, they have not received allowance and they won’t rest until they tell everyone this. Another set in this category are those people who use Access bank. Their own allowance always come in slow motion.
6. Ghost Mode.
These ones WILL never chat in the group. If you like kill yourself, they won’t even say pim. When they come online and see 700+ messages, they just scroll past. Who has time to be reading that shit? The only thing they read is credit alert.
7. The responsible ones.
These ones always send necessary BC to the group about CDS and days when there will be no CDS. Sometimes, they even send money making opportunities. God bless them. They are the ones truly serving.
Have you read this? 7 Types Of People You’ll Meet At NYSC CDS