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NYSC Corps Member Who Was Dehumanised and Embarrassed by Female Soldier Finally Speaks in Video


A National Youths Service Corps (NYSC) member, Ezeiruaku Fidelia, whose video went viral as a female soldier poured dirty water on her has spoken in a video.

In a BBC News Pidgin interview, the lady said it all started when she was chosen as an usher to officiate at a ceremony that would have an army commandant in attendant.

The female corps member stated that while at the event, she saw an officer friend and went to greet the person when Lieutenant Chika said she cannot touch an army officer that has a uniform on.

Fidelia said when that happened, she went back to her duty post. While she was there, another officer approached and asked for a handshake. She told the soldier the instruction she was earlier given about touching an officer in a uniform.

A few days after, the lieutenant according to Fidelia, called a meeting of all corps members and said she did because of Fidelia.

According to the corps member, the soldier asked her to go wear her complete khaki uniform. Fidelia said that when she went into their lodge, she realised her period had started.

To keep clean, she had to bathe before wearing the NYSC uniform. When lieutenant Chika saw that she was bathing, the soldier thought she was being stubborn and never wanted to listen to her reason.

Fidelia narrated how the soldier meted different punishments to her in an attempt to make her cry.

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