A member of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has taken to social media to express his dismay after being assigned to a secondary school where students struggle with the English language.
In a shared video, the corps member is seen interacting with the students, inquiring about the whereabouts of the school’s Principal and Vice Principal.
However, the students appear to have difficulty responding in coherent English, repeatedly stating “No English.”
Undeterred, the NYSC member manages to find an effective way to communicate his message.
To witness the exchange, watch the video below:
The incident sheds light on the challenges some corps members face when assigned to schools with students lacking proficiency in the English language. It also underscores the importance of effective communication and adaptability in such situations, as the corps member navigates through the language barrier to convey his message.