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C’River : NYSC Member Wins Home Best Corper of The Year Award

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  • Cross River State born corper EGBEJI THOMAS OKEM aka Egbeji Thomas Milito has been awarded the prestigious “BEST CORPER OF THE YEAR” award by the NYSC Delta State Governing Board.

Thomas who hails from Ogoja Local Government Area of Cross River State was awarded this honor for his numerous humanitarian projects, steadfastness, diligence and hard work throughout the service year 2018 batch A.

Some of his projects which included Donation of fully kitten first aid boxes to primary schools across Sapele, Donation of food items/ relief materials to Orphanage, Provision of large signpost for his Place of Primary Assignment(Sapele Technical College) and many others were lauded statewide and brought him to such glory as never seen before.

He was further awarded a certificate by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for his outstanding ability to implement the goals.
Speaking, the vibrant, enthusiastic and results oriented corper thanked everyone who had contributed to his life and program throughout the service year.

He also presented himself as available to take any considerable job offer any day, any timeframe.

This milestone now attests to his capacity, diligence and unassailable personality having been SUG head of campus at Cross River University of Technology (CRUTECH OGOJA CAMPUS) .

Speaking on the attainment of the feat, the Member representing OGOJA/YALA federal constituency Rt Hon Jarigbe Agom Jarigbe urged youth to emulate this outstanding and glorious service.

He also thanked corper EGBEJI THOMAS for making the entire Cross River and indeed OGOJA/YALA federal constituency proud. He also pledged to be of help to him whenever and wherever necessary.

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