17 Pictures That Describe How You Feel When You Get Your NYSC Posting Letter

April 21, 2016

1. So you decided to join the millions of graduates going to serve their country because you heard it was a fun experience.

Let’s do this.

2. Even though you didn’t know what you were going to do with your NYSC certificate at the end of the day.

I don’t know jare.

3. So you carried all your money and gave someone to help you get posted to Lagos or Ibadan.

Because Lagos is lit!

4. When NYSC posting comes out and you’re seeing Kano on your own letter.

5. When your friend that didn’t pay gets posted to Lagos.

God, why?

6. How your friends that got posted to Lagos or Abuja look at you.

Can you just get out?

7. When you and bae get posted to different states.

Hay! Relationship over!

8. When someone tries to see the silver lining and tells you to manage it like that.

Enemy of progress.

9. How you search for people posted to the same state you were posted to.

Where are you people oh?

10. When you’re thinking of skipping NYSC and just going back home.

I’m not doing again.

11. When you start making plans to redeploy before even going to camp.

Lagos by fire by force!

12. When you start planning to make excuses or fake illnesses when you get to camp.

My doctor said camp is bad for my health abeg.

13. How you calculate the money you’ll spend on what you have to wear in camp.

Hay God!

14. You, when you hear stories of how horrible camp food is.

God forbid bad thing!

15. When you have to travel by air, another two hour bus drive then 50 minute bike ride to camp.

Kuku ask me to travel 7 oceans and seas.

16. How you shed tears on the journey to camp.

I want my mummy.

17. When you see people actually excited to go to camp.

See these oversabi people.

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