Young monarch, Oluboropa of Iboropa, became one of the first sitting traditional ruler to attend the National Youth Service Corps camp, as she shared photos on her social media page.
Iboropa Akoko, Ondo State, is a rural area, one of the major settlement in Akoko land. It lies in the Southeast of Yoruba Kingdom. It is a neighboring village to Ikare Akoko, and are blessed with high volume of palm oil and cassava produce, something which is a major source of employment for indigenes.
The female monarch, is known as Tinuade Babalola Adejuiyegbe, made her camp experience known, as according to her, none of her fellow corps members knew her true identity, as she blended well and carried out all activities in the camp (Minna camp).
She also added that officials on the NYSC, in the camp were fully aware of her true identity, but in other to fully participate, she hid that information from her fellow corps members.
Here are Photos of Oluboropa of Iboropa:
Here are her NYSC Photos:
“Done and dusted” she took to her official Instagram page to share photos and caption.
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