You may be assigned to serve in an organization that has a lucrative compensation system for body members. There are so many organizations that pay very high compensation to corpers. If you are suitable to serve in such enterprises, then you will certainly reach the "million". Most of these organizations pay high compensation and other incentives. If you add your monthly federal allowance with your monthly earnings minus your monthly expenses, you will become a millionaire in one year. This is achievable if you really know what you want and not what you need. You must have financial intelligence to achieve your goal using this means.
One corper told me once that his company paid him based on his performance, that is to say; the higher its yield, the richer it becomes.
These lucrative employment opportunities are not limited to a particular sector of the economy. You can find well-paying organizations in the public and private sectors. In addition, they are evident in the oil and gas, manufacturing, healthcare, banking, insurance, construction, entertainment, agriculture, transportation and government sectors. Almost all economic sectors have resources available to make you a millionaire before the end of your year of service.
Most body members believe that the private sector is more lucrative than its public counterpart. It is wrong to say that only sectors like banking, construction, oil and gas and other multinationals pay a gratifying allowance. I am happy to inform you that there are many opportunities to earn money in government departments and agencies. A scientific laboratory researcher who served in a general hospital told me how she made hundreds of thousands legally.
My close friend who serves in a ministry comes home every week with a huge sum of money. He works in the commissioner's office, so every week the commissioner gives all the corpers his weekly ministry bonus. Have you forgotten that Nigeria has the richest officials in the world? There are too many testimonies of the profitability of the public sector; time and space will not allow me to mention them all. So never neglect a publication in a public company.
It is also important to state that great opportunities exist in the private sector. Some companies pay high allowances. During one of my researches, I interviewed a civil engineer who worked in a private construction company. He even begged to extend the year of service. He told me that his boss was so nice to him. He told me flatly that he had made millions during the NYSC program.
My message is clear: do not underestimate any organization in which you are assigned. This place you think is the poorest could be a disguised gold mine. No two are alike. The "A" corper may be preferred in a business where the "B" corper is struggling to survive. Therefore, never use another corpers experience as a reference to request a new publication. Your boss might love you, and if you are loved, the secret treasures of the business will be revealed to you.
Almost all corpora believe that serving in a local government secretariat is very humiliating. On the contrary, the corpers of the local government secretariat were the richest of all the local government where I served. The president of the local government was a very nice man. He gave corpers the privileges enjoyed by statutory employees of local governments.
You will never know where the gold is before you dig. You might find gold in the dirtiest area of a place. You will never know the benefits of an organization until you work on it. You will never know until you try.
Even if there is no way to make money, you can make one up. Open your mind and you will see opportunities. The laboratory scientist I spoke of earlier created the opportunity itself. She observed that the hospital lacked medical consumables that patients had to travel several kilometers to buy. She decided to buy these consumables in large quantities. She sold them at a very profitable rate and favoritism was high. She invented this opportunity. Hundreds of corpers had served there before her and they didn't see the opportunity. So open your eyes, don't just look, but try to see.
Unfortunately, most corpers are pressuring to influence their assignment. They pay in cash or in kind to be able to be assigned to an organization they deem more lucrative. Most of them go to these chosen places and discover that they are a disguised hell; this turned out to be the opposite of what they were teaching. Some corpers were disappointed because, regardless of their godless act, they were never assigned to the organization of their choice. You have to be very careful, the Nigerian environment is characterized by acts of corruption and fraud, and the NYSC is no exception.
The majority of NYSC staff are credible and honest, but they also have "bad eggs". You could also be reported to the competent authority for disciplinary action for trying to bribe a NYSC official. In most cases, NYSC officials who promise to influence the posting in the orientation camp have no such powers. They simply deceive the members of the body and abandon them.
During your posting day, you will see and hear complaints. That day, I saw most of the corpers crying because someone had made an empty promise to them. They were sent to places they never wanted, regardless of their financial and non-financial incentives.
The display depends on many factors. It is not always possible to influence your publication. First of all, it depends on the number of body members required by the organization. Second, your profession also affects it and your gender is another factor. If a company only needs twenty engineers and three administrators, your lobbying cannot make them increase the quota. So if you are not an engineer or administrator, your service is not necessary. The NYSC will only give them corpers according to their demand.
In addition, there are some states that all members of the body are required to teach in schools, that no one cheats on you, no one can change it. You are required to be in the classroom if it is state law. Your lobbying can never take you to a place where your service is not needed.
I repeat, in every organization there are opportunities to make a lot of money. It takes your ability to identify opportunities in your organization. My humble advice is; actively participate in all activities of the orientation camp and pray to God for his favor.
Get useful information about the firm in which you plan to work. Learn all about the organizations you plan to work with. Visit their websites to familiarize yourself with their recruitment process. You can even apply for vacancies. They might call you after the year of service.