CorperNaija meets Mikkygold

A Red Red Rose

O, my Luve’s like a red, red rose,
That’s newly sprung in June.
O, my Luve’s like a melodie
That’s sweetly play’d in tune.

As fair as thou, my bonnie lass,
So deep in luve am I;
And I will love thee still, my dear,
Till all the seas gang dry.

Till all the seas gang dry, my dear,
And the rocks melt wi’ the sun:
I will love thess till, my dear,
While the sands o’ life shall run:

And fare thee well, my only luve!
And fare thee weel, a while!
And I will come again, my luve,
Tho’ it ware ten thousand mile.

Poem by: Robert Burns

Photo Credit: @mikkygold_luv_

Corpers PhotoShoot

Attention Corpers and fans of Corper Naija!

We are having an Open Corper Photo Shoot now in search for beautiful/handsome corpers, new and old corpers to grace our new portfolio.


When: Weekends ONLY starting June 9th to 30th 2018
Time: 9am – 11am or 4pm to 6pm
Location: Abuja (for now)
What: Complimentary mini-sessions with our talented Associate Photographers. You will receive 5 free digital files for your time!
Signup: We only have room for a few corpers. If you’re interested, please reply by sending an email to or send sms to 08111533315 asap to be added to our list!

Hurry, these will go fast!


Children: The world’s most valuable resource and our best hope for the future

A child is blessed every day
A child is innocent
A child is a beautiful gift of god
So never ever hate them for who they are or how they are

They want to fulfill their dreams and & overcome hopes and fears.
So never ever hit them or shove them around
Never ever kick their blossoming dreams to ground.

They want to remind the adults to dry their tears,
From hearts and minds, Spirits and souls,
They love each other with no strings,

So never ever trick them into living with so many pains.
never treat them like dirt and without respect,
never cheat them and abuse their innocence,
never stop them from being a hero tomorrow,
never crop out their talents for a petty win,
never hide them from the truth that you fear,

So pray that all of us hold unto one another’s hands and together sing.
They are our hope.
They are our future.
They are the ones who will change our fate.
They are everything but without our help,
They are the children, have no day to celebrate
Today in this land and all around the world,
I hold in my heart the hopes and wishes,
With hugs and love

To let them know that this is ‘Children’s day.’


My NYSC/SDG Project Story

My NYSC / SDG Project tagged ‘Project Renaissance‘ was influenced by my exposures to the SDG. I was deployed to Adamawa state for my mandatory one year National Youth Service Corps where I joined the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) group during my orientation course. After the orientation course, I redeployed to Lagos state where I was posted to Jedavine Kings College Igbo-Olomu under Ikorodu Local Government Ikorodu which also served as my SDGs Platform.
As a result of my training as a Development Knowledge Facilitator (DKF) and with a deep interest for education as outlined in the SDGs Goal 4 which focuses on Quality Education, I decided to focus on upgrading the learning environment as a contribution to the environmental factors which enhances effective teaching and learning.
I was spurred by the poor state of the school environment as at the time I was posted to the school and my desire to show the practicality of the SDGs to the students as they double as my Platform students, made me  setup my project in their school.
The project involves a total makeover of three classrooms. There was replacement of the existing white marker boards and painting of the three classrooms. Immediately I got approval for it, I swung into action by  raising funds and it was completed.
NYSC projects are easy to conceive but getting funds can be a herculean task. An advice to the Government  will be to support corp members with genuine project ideas. Every time I look at the pictures, I feel fulfilled  but that would not have happened without NYSC /SDG…
This is my NYSC / SDG story.
Adesina Tosin Nathaniel
NYSC Batch 2017/ 17A

Death Of Corper: Senate President Visits Kwara NYSC Camp

Senate President Bukola Saraki on Sunday visited the National Youth Service Corps camp in Kwara State over the death of Miss Hilda Amadi who passed on while in the camp last week.The senate president announced his visit to the NYSC in a tweet via his twitter handle @bukolasaraki.

Senate President Bukola Saraki on Sunday visited the National Youth Service Corps camp in Kwara State over the death of Miss Hilda Amadi who passed on while in the camp last week.

The senate president announced his visit to the NYSC in a tweet via his twitter handle @bukolasaraki.

The tweet read: “I heard about the tragic passing of Miss Hilda Amadi earlier this week at the NYSC Camp in Kwara. So, this afternoon, I went to spend some time with the Corps Members at the camp to reassure them that their safety, wellbeing and development remains our priority”.

Miss Hilda died last week at the orientation camp located in Yikpata Edu local government area of the state after she suffered fracture during a morning drill.‎

The corps member was a graduate of Oil & Gas, University of Port Harcourt.

A corps member who spoke with Sahara reporters on a condition of anonymity decried the state of the medical facility at the NYSC Camp affirming that her deceased colleague lost her life because of inadequate medical attention: “She suffered a fracture during the Man ‘O’ War drill and she was rushed to the clinic here on camp, but there was no medical facility. No X-Ray Machine, no drugs, nothing was there. She had to buy bandages with her own money. There was no doctor, it was the medical students here that were stationed at the clinic.”

Source: Sahara Reporter Website

Hello Corpers!


CorperNaija was founded in 2016, and has been providing quality services to prospective, serving and past corp members ever since. Located in several state capitals across Nigeria, CorperNaija employs over 100 people and does all kinds of awesome things for the numerous corpers and their host communities.