I came, I saw and I’m coming back home intact – V!rgin corper celebrates as she concludes NYSC

A 20-year-old graduate of Taraba State University, Justina Dauda, has taken to social media to celebrate after concluding her mandatory one-year NYSC program a v!rgin.

According to her, those who mocked her for being a v!rgin gave her the strength to hang on and keep pushing.

Sharing in a Facebook post on Thursday, May 25, 2023, she wrote;

“Diary of the v!rgin corper 2023. I came, I saw and I’m coming back home intact. Those who mocked me gave me the strength to come back home intact. The 20-year- old corper is here to say thank you Lord

Dedicating this special day to Taraba state University department of political science and international relations class of 2021. I pray for more v!rgin corpers from Taraba state University.”

In other news, a Nigerian woman who left her cheating husband after only ten months of marriage has advised women not to stay with a cheating partner.

The woman, identified as @Toksyk27 on Twitter, took to the micro-blogging platform to give this advise on Sunday, March 21.

She said she would have dumped her husband two weeks into the marriage because their union was a nightmare but she stayed back due to their family intervention. However, she eventually mustered courage to leave after ten months.

Speaking from her experience, Toks advised women not to stay and endure infidelity and abuse in their marriages.

She tweeted,

“As a woman who left her cheating husband ten months into our marriage EYE am here to tell women you DON’T have to stay and endure. It would have been two weeks if not for family ‘intervening’.

But I carry ZERO SHAME for enacting consequences to HIS ACTIONS,” she tweeted on Sunday, May 21, 2023.

“Will never forget waking up and realising my life was a bad Nollywood film. Thankful for the privilege and strength I had to make the choice to leave rather than stay and endure.”

“Still looking for the script writer who will bring my story to life so I can make some coins from the pain I lived through.”