Nigerian Lady, Zainab Aliyu who was rescued from execution in Saudi Arabia for carrying drugs, completes NYSC

Zainab Aliyu Saudi Arabia

Nigerian lady, Zainab Aliyu, who was rescued in Saudi Arabia from execution after some crime syndicate put illicit drugs in her luggage and was later found by
Saudi authorities has completed her NYSC service.

Zainab shortly after she was released and returned to Nigeria began the mandatory 1year NYSC scheme and she just passed out with the 2019 batch B stream 2.

The chairman of the Nigerians in the Diaspora Commission, NiDCOM, Abike Dabiri-Erewa celebrated Zainab after she completed her NYSC service year.

She tweeted “💃🏿💃🏿💃🏿👏🏼Remember Zainab Aliyu, wrongly jailed in Saudi for carrying drugs she had no knowledge of, and rescued with the intervention of ⁦@MBuhari⁩ ? She just completed her NYSC. We wish Zainab the best as she moves on to great success in life ⁦@Hajarahhh⁩ 🙏🏿🙏🏿 ”

In related news: A total number of nine corps members who served in Anambra, on Thursday received the sum of N1,050,000 cash and laptops from Anambra state government for been outstanding during their service year.

The beneficiaries were honored by the State Governor Obiano, with the first three positions receiving N200,000, N150,000 and N100,000 comprising a laptop each respectively, while the other six received the sum of N100,000 each.

Speaking on behalf of the Anambra State Governor, Willie Obiano during the presentation, the NYSC State Coordinator, Mr. Kehinde Aremu said the awards were in recognition of the enormous contributions of the ex-corps members to the development of the state.

He described the award as a burden and obligation, indicting the awardees to view themselves as ambassadors of both the state and the scheme.

He said, “Governor Obiano is very grateful to you for your contribution to the development of the state. While others were playing, you were working. It’s just proper to recognize whoever makes sacrifices.

“We found you outstanding for not just being role models to your colleagues, but to other youths in the state. Whatever your hands find doing, keep doing it well.

“As your father, I want you to know that you’re carrying a burden and a responsibility. You’re now ambassadors of the state and the NYSC.

“There are certain things you want to do, you ask yourself, what will the state and NYSC say if they find me doing it? Let that always be your watchword.

Aremu also described the state award as just a tip of an iceberg, assuring the beneficiaries that their names had been sent to Abuja for recognition at the national level.

“I’m sure most of you were surprised to receive our call. Expect to go to the villa soon. Having started on the part of hard work and diligence, never depart from it.

“It’s our expectations that you’ll assume greater responsibility to grow and defend yourselves and the scheme wherever you find yourselves.

Reacting on behalf of the awardees, the first prize winner, Amune Vera appreciated the governor for the honor, as well as the NYSC management for providing the platform to youths, praying God to reward them enormously.