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Since your return, has everything panned out as expected?

Definitely not, it has been much better than I expected. Prior to university, I planned on working as a radio VJ.

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When I got to the university, I become more interested in development and public service work than media, so I focused mainly on that.

Once I moved back, I began working at an NGO in Ekiti for my NYSC year.

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