The video has since gone viral on social media platforms.
The footage, though lacking information about the member’s Place of Primary Assignment (PPA) and state of service, highlights the realities faced by many NYSC members as they navigate the often uncertain path to post-graduation employment.
The video quickly gained traction on platforms such as TikTok, attracting a multitude of reactions from viewers.
Some social media users expressed sympathy for the corps member, placing the blame squarely on the government for the lack of adequate employment opportunities for graduates.
@GentleAlee said; “You can serve your country in different capacities.”
@King Matthew commented; “NYSC: Nigerians youth strugges continue.”
@MONDAYEMPIRE said; “You have done your best in serving your country with fish pie.”
@Amara commented; “Sorry can never be me. I enjoyed my 1yrs being happy and spending the 33k once it comes.”
@ajidagbaoluseguna said: “See our reserved solder.”
@ozioma said: “Hustle must pay.”
@Chuku-A-Boo-Car said: “Shatta Bandle don finally go NYSC.”
@ossy said: “There is a lot in this video.”
@user2896067302471 said: “God bless your hustle dear, life is not easy especially when you come from a poor home, and you need extra effort.”