- Nduneseokwu Nnamdi, a Nigerian corps member, has equipped a history lab and furnished it as his CDS project
- According to the young man, building a history lab is significant in the kind of education students get
- Sharing the photos of the project on Facebook, he called on other stakeholders to encourage the learning of history
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A young Nigerian man, Nduneseokwu Nnamdi, has made his compulsory National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) year an impactful one.
The man positively affected the lives of students at his place of primary assignment, Federal Government Girls College, Bawri in Abuja.
As his Community Development Service (CDS) project, the young Nigerian introduced a history laboratory and went ahead to equip it with chairs, books, and other materials.
Nnamdi said that as a historian, he believes so much in studying past occurrences as a way to take calculative steps towards the future.
Among what he wanted the project to achieve were:
“Create a better picture of historical events in the cognitive domain of the students, by viewing documentaries and pictures.
“Educate the students on trends of past events to enable them to make better decisions so as to sustain the ideology of nation-building.”
In a Facebook post on Wednesday, October 28, the man said what he did with the CDS project is his own way of giving back to humanity.
Nnamdi shared several photos of the lab as he posed in it fully clothed in his NYSC uniform.
See his post below:
Below are some of the comments his post got:
Blessing Obi said:
"Congratulations Dear, Indeed, You did a Great Job."
Obiageli Asimonye said:
"History will not forget you Congratulations and may God almighty bless you."
Robinson Yohanna said:
"The history you contributed in developing in Nigeria school curriculum, your name must always be remembered in Gold."
Gift Okeke said:
"Congrats bro, but come back home we need something like that here."
Chinelo Sylvester Shayget said:
"Congrats dear, u really served well... I wish u more greater height."
Ugo Decency said:
"U have shown them d stuff u are made of. Congrats once more. We are proud of u."
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that a Nigerian lady, Juliet Ike Chiamaka, contributed greatly to the country during her compulsory one year NYSC service.
On Monday, October 12, the lady said that one of her several goals for the programme was to complete a personal Community Development (CDS) project.
Chiamaka said that when she learnt about her deployment to Kebbi, she was very sad because she just did not want to go to the north.
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