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UNILAG NYSC 2018 Batch ‘B’ Mobilization List

The Students’ Affairs Division of the University of Lagos (UNIALAG) has released the list of graduates/prospective corps members (PCM) for the 2018 National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Batch ‘B’ Mobilization Exercise.

UNILAG prospective corps members can now verify their personal data and send complaints (if any).

All graduates/prospective corps members (PCM) are advised to confirm their inclusion and details from the link below:

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Gombe State Governor urges NYSC members to accept postings in good faith

The Governor of Gombe State, Governor Ibrahim Hassan Dankwambo, has appealed to National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) members posted to different parts of the state for their primary assignments to accept the postings in good faith.
 
He promised that the state government has put in place a reward system to honour deserving corps members who excelled at the end of the service year.
 
Dankwambo spoke through his Deputy, Charles Iliya, during the official closing ceremony of the 2018 Batch ‘A’ orientation course for corps members deplo

1,596 Corps Members Reject Serving in Adamawa Over Insecurity

About 1,596 corps members of the 2,126 posted to Adamawa state under the 2018 batch “A” for the National Youths Service Corps (NYSC) scheme have rejected their postings to the state.
 
Mallam Abubakar Mohammed, the coordinator of NYSC in the state, made the disclosure in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Yola on Wednesday, May 9.
 
The coordinator said that those that rejected their postings had sought redeployment to other states based on insecurity, marriage and health grounds.
 
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FCT NYSC stops sale of alcohol in orientation camp

The FCT Board of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has stopped the sale of alcoholic beverages to corps members in the camp during orientation.
 
Mr Oladimeji Hassan, the Chairman of the board,  made this known in an interview with newsmen at the Closing Ceremony of the 2018 Batch ‘A’ Orientation Course in Abuja on Tuesday, 7th May, 2018.
 
Hassan said that the decision to stop the sale of alcohol during the mandatory three weeks orientation camp in the FCT was to enable corps members perform optimally.
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NYSC Increases Transport Allowance from N1,500 to N1,800

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has increased transport and local allowances of corps members during orientation programmes.

A statement by Director Press and Publications department of the scheme, Mrs Adenike Adeyemi said 2018 Batch ‘A’ corps members have lauded the increase when the Director General of the NYSC, Brigadier General Suleiman Kazaure visited the Ebonyi State Orientation Camp.

Corps members transport allowance has been increased from N1,500 to N1,800 while the local allowance is now N1,400 against the earlier N1,000.

NYSC Comments on Rainstorm that injured Corps members in Taraba

The management of the National Youth Service Corps,(NYSC), Taraba State, has reacted to the heavy rainfall that caused a major disaster and injured some Corps members at the orientation camp. The occurrence was described by the management as a natural disaster.

This followed protest by corps members about the disaster, which led to the injury of an undisclosed number of corps members.

The NYSC spokesperson, Mrs Adenike Adeyemi, in reacting to the report said that the rainstorm blew off some of the camp’s roof, injuring corps members in the process.

NYSC DG Advises Corps Members on Security Consciousness

The Director-General of the National Youths Service Corps (NYSC), Brigadier General Suleiman Kazaure , has urged Corp members to be security conscious in their respective host communities and also avoid lone movements.

Brigadier General Suleiman Kazaure stated this on Wednesday in Gombe State Orientation Camp while addressing 1,624 Corps Members deployed to the State.

NYSC DG warns Taraba corps members that they are to serve not to Evangelise

The Director-General of the National Youth Sevice Corps, Brigadier General Zakari Kazaure, while assuring Corps Members posted to serve in Taraba State of adequate security has warned then against evangelism.

He insisted that the concern of the corps members should be to serve and not to go and indoctrinate the host communities.

Kazaure said these on Wednesday in Jalingo when he visited Corps members currently undergoing orientation course at the NYSC camp, Sibre, near Jalingo.

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