Graduate in confusion, shock after being posted to Amotekun for NYSC

A man has discovered that he was posted to do his one year national youth service programme in south-west security network, codenamed Amotekun Corps.

The graduate took to his Twitter page @bigfeeztm and shared a screenshot of his deployment where it was written that his place of primary assignment is Amotekun, Ibadan Oyo state.

 Graduate in shock after being posted to Amotekun for NYSC

Expressing disbelief, the young man wondered if the NYSC was playing a prank on him. His post went viral and generated massive reactions, with many hilarious comments.

He captioned the screenshot; “NA JOKE BE THIS?”

See the post:

 Graduate in shock after being posted to Amotekun for NYSC

@ELT_Godwin; Lmaoooo you better be happy, you’ll get all the Available jazz and Opapaparada powers. A win win

@tfk_gawat; Corper Amoteks 🤲🏽 For Nigeria for Southwest

@theomolaraa; Don’t worry, your office is arranged already. You’re just going to be signing and assigning duties. Don’t let people scare you ehn it’s easy job.

@theonly1abby; Fulani herds man should be shivering already. Afeez is coming for y’all

@hezekiah_alao; Nothing you wan tell me. You go dey fight beside Sunday Igboho.

Meanwhile, in another news…

Commander of the Ondo State Security Network Agency, (Amotekun Corps), Akogun Adetunji Adeleye, has said that bad roads and high rate of unemployment are fueling insecurity in some parts of the state.

He urged the Federal Government to provide job opportunities in order to deter able-bodied Nigerians from engaging in crimes.

Adeleye, who disclosed this while parading some suspected criminals in Akure, stressed that the deplorable Owo-Benin highway at the Ifon axis had been aiding the activities of kidnappers.

The Amotekun Commander also stated that the recent palliatives by the government should be given to those who truly deserved them.

Adeleye, who pleaded with the Federal Government for immediate rehabilitation of the highway, maintained that Amotekun operatives have been deployed to the area to curb the activities of the criminals.