NYSC Demands Arrest Of Robbers In Corper’s Uniform

The National Youth Service Corps has asked the police and operatives of the Department of State Services to arrest and prosecute some robbers who wore corper's uniform when they attacked commuters in Okene, Kogi State, last Friday. The NYSC demanded that the robbers should be apprehended and prosecuted Punch NG reports. It added that it... Continue Reading →


Lagos State Commissioner Of Police Rescues Abducted Corps Member, Onyiwara Chinwe Faith

The Commissioner of Police Lagos State, CP Hakeem Odumosu, today December 3rd, coordinated the rescue operation of Onyiwara Chinwe Faith, a Corp member serving at ABC Farm, Ilamija Nla Village The Guardian NG reports. A statement from Bala Elkana, spokesperson of the state police command, says the Corp member was rescued at about 2.20am this... Continue Reading →

Family Of Late Corps Member Killed During Election, Received N1.9M Cheque From INEC

The family of the late corps member who died during the Oyo state electoral process has received N1.9 million cheque from INEC. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) presented a cheque of N1.9 million to the family of Late corps member, Miss Kemisola Adeniran. The cheque was presented to the deceased’s next of kin and... Continue Reading →

PHOTOS: Youth Corper Engages Female Soldier Posted To Ebonyi NYSC Camp After 3 Weeks Of Meeting

Inside Ebonyi state, an NYSC Corp Member Proposes to a Female Soldier Deployed to the Camp Just after 3 Weeks Nairaland Forum reports. A Corp Member undergoing a three weeks compulsory orientation exercise gallantly proposed to a young female soldier deployed to the camp. Congratulations to both of them. More photos of them below:

14 NYSC Members To Repeat Service Year In Ondo State

The Ondo State Coordinator of the National Youth Service Corps, Mrs. Grace Akpabio on Friday disclosed that about 1,313 corps members had completed the one-year mandatory service to their fatherland in the state Punch NG reports. The coordinator, however, said 18 of the number were sanctioned for disobeying the rules and regulations of the corps.... Continue Reading →

Corps members will receive minimum wage – NYSC

the National Youth Service Corps has said corps members will enjoy the N30,000 new minimum wage once the Federal Government commences payment Punch NG reports. The NYSC Director-General, Brig Gen Shuaibu Ibrahim, stated this in Abuja during an interview with reporters on Tuesday after a meeting between the body and the representatives of state governments.... Continue Reading →

NYSC Members Will Enjoy New Minimum Wage

Mr. Sunday Dare, the Minister of Youth and Sports Development on Wednesday said that members of the National Youth Service Corps would enjoy the new minimum wage of N30,000 The Nation and Pulse NG reports. He said this via his official Twitter handle. Dare said that the NYSC Director-General, Brig Gen Shuaibu Ibrahim would provide details... Continue Reading →

This Is Not Fair –Nigerian Lady Cries Out After NYSC Denies Her Certificate For Studying Abroad

A Nigerian lady, identified as Gloria Adjei has cried out after she was allegedly denied her National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) discharge certificate following her completion of the mandatory one-year scheme. Gloria took to her Instagram page on Thursday to narrate her ordeal as 2018 Batch C Stream 1 corps members passed out of the... Continue Reading →

Why I Returned For My NYSC – Louis Ebodaghe, 60yr Old Nigerian Man Based In The US Reveals

60-year-old Louis Ebodaghe, who returned to Nigeria last year from the United States of America to participate in the National Youth Service Corps scheme, talks about his experiences, challenges and the way forward for the programme What motivated you to return to Nigeria for the national youth service? For a long time, I had wanted... Continue Reading →

Nigerian Government Launches Hunt For ‘Corpers’ Who Absconded With Over N22 Million Loans

“We give as much as between N300,000 and N400,000 depending on the business proposals. From the records, we have over 75 corps members that have defaulted and we are pursuing them.” The National Youth Service Corps Foundation is searching for about 75 corps members who took between N300,000 and N400,000 loans to start small businesses... Continue Reading →

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