- A Nigerian female monarch has made history in the country and she excitedly shared the news on social media
- The Oluboropa of Iboropa revealed that she participated in the three weeks NYSC camping experience in Minna
- According to her, none of her fellow corps members discovered that she was a royal because she blended in perfectly
- The traditional ruler who also attended her POP ceremony shared photos on her Instagram page
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A Nigerian female monarch, Tinuade Babalola Adejuiyegbe who is the Oluborapa of Ibroropa in Akoko, Ondo state, has made history as the first seating traditional ruler to participate in the three weeks National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) camping experience.
The excited monarch took to her official page on photo-sharing app, Instagram, to share the news with her followers.
According to the Oluboropa, she is the first traditional ruler to achieve the feat while still occupying the throne.
The monarch disclosed that she was a part of camping activities in Minna and did everything other corps members were expected to do apart from domestic works.
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She added that NYSC officials in the camp were aware of her identity but her fellow corps members were not because she blended so well with them.
"History was made today I went to camp in minna paiko even though NYSC officials were informed of my coming, my fellow corpers didn’t know my real identity cause I blended so well and I did everything all Corp members did with the exemption of domestic work though," her post read in part.
The Oluboropa extended her since appreciation to God, her parents, siblings, her chiefs and the people of Iboropa who all supported her.
See the post below:
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In a different post, the monarch was seen rocking her complete NYSC gear and posing with her certification of completion.
See post below:
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that every graduate of the course is mandated to go through a one-year National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) programme. Upon completion, they are handed a certificate and hopefully have gained experience that will help them push forward in life.
Upon successful completion of the programme, many take to celebrating the feat. Such has @bonye_jamaica done and many social media users have joined in marking the special achievement.
Congratulations are now in order for the young woman who is hoping that the world would be nice to her as she sets sail to take over.
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