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  1. The smallest Nigerian, Abuja serving corps member who’s popular among his CDS and corper colleagues with the nickname Small Giant known for his charisma, started making rounds on social media after this pictures and videos of him at one of his CDS meetings sprung out…
  2. Lai Mohammed, Minister of Information has said the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC is one of the two things responsible for surge in COVID-19 cases in the country. The minister said those disobeying COVID-19 safety protocols should be blamed for the increase in COVID-19 cases in NYSC camps across the nation. Mohammed also claimed that more positive COVID-19 cases were reported in Nigeria recently because the federal government had increased COVID-19 testing. “Two things are responsible for the high cases of pandemic reported at the National Youth Service Corps camps. One is because of consistent testing that has been taking place in NYSC camps. “The second reason for the high cases is that Nigerians have actually let down their guards,” the Minister said. Lai Mohammed added that Nigerians no longer observe precautionary measures such as spcial distancing, washing and sanitising of hands regularly.
  3. The National Youth Service Corps NYSC Online Registration for 2021 Batch B Stream 2 commences today 8th till 13th August 2021. Prospective Corp Members should check their name on the verified senate list on the portal, https://portal.nysc.org.ng/nysc1/VerifySenateLists.aspx. If your name is not there, contact your Student Affairs Officer. PCMs will not be able to register until the hard copy of the senate list uploaded is submitted to NYSC. This is applicable to all Corps Producing Institutions. 2021 Batch ‘B’ Stream 1 that were not deployed do not need to be Revalidate, you have been moved to 2021 Batch “B” Stream II, and will be notified when to print your Call up Letter. 2021 Batch ‘B’ Stream 2 Online Registration Tips 1. NYSC Registration Portal opens today till 13th of August 2021, visit https://www.nysc.org.ng and click on the active link “Mobilization 2021 Batch B 2. The portal is also open for Foreign-trained graduates and part-time graduates. 3. If you have registered previously and did not complete your Registration, click “Login Here” to continue your registration with your Username and Password. 4. Do not thumbprint by proxy. 5. Upload a clear passport photograph. Do not upload passport photograph putting on NYSC crested vest. Passport Photograph cannot be changed after Camp Registration. 6. PCMs who have Name Correction requests ( Addition or Removal of Name) to be attended to by the Institution, should apply for that during Online Registration on their dashboard as well as spelling errors and rearrangement. 7. Date of Graduation and Course of Study will be on Certificate of National Service and Exemption Certificate. Ensure your details are correct, else contact your Institution. 8. Apply for a Date of Birth Correction on your dashboard. Note that you cannot correct your Date of Birth after Camp Registration. 9. PCMs are advised to preview records entered before submission to avoid errors.
  4. According to NYSC Management, Nearly 200 NYSC Members Murdered Across The North East This Year As Kidnapping Escalate. Read details below: The attention of Management of the National Youth Service Corps has been drawn to a fake story with the above caption circulating on the social media, alluding that 189 Corps Members have been murdered in Zamfara and Kaduna States, while 376 others were abducted across the Northeast within the year. Management wishes to state that discernible minds know that the story is a figment of the writer’s imagination, as nothing of such happened. Pointedly, no Corps Member was murdered by bandits this year in the said States, neither was any abducted in the geo political region as unscrupulously written. It is imperative to restate that balanced reportage is the hallmark of good journalism. The integrity of information pushed to the public domain should never be in doubt. The Scheme is always open to Enquires, in order to guard against feeding the public with inaccurate, or completely false information. The National Youth Service Corps hereby reassures the general public that it will continue to work in concert with security agencies in order to ensure the safety of Corps Members across the nation.
  5. The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has officially released call up letters for 2021 Batch ‘B’ Prospective Corps members. The call-up letter was released on July 24, 2021 at exactly 8.00am. All those that registered for the National Service Corps (NYSC) program with 2021 Batch ‘B’ should proceed to check their dashboards or Click Here for guideline on how to print their Call-up letters. According to the Call-up letter, the orientation camp course for 2021 Batch ‘B’ will commence from Tuesday, July 27th to August 18th 2021 for shortlisted candidates. However, it’s important to note that not all prospective corps members were shortlisted for service in line with Covid-19 protocols. Those who cannot see their call-up letters from their dashboards will follow the next coming up batch.
  6. NYSC Pre Camp Centres for 2021 Batch “B’ Physical Verification of Foreign Trained Graduates. From Friday 9th July 2021, Foreign trained graduates can start printing their invitation letter on their dashboard. Below are the list of pre camp centres for 2021 batch ‘b’ physical verification of foreign trained graduate: Enugu: NYSC Secretariat, 2 Abakaliki Road, Enugu. Bauchi: Shadawanka Military Barracks, Bauchi. FCT: NYSC Orientation Camp Kubwa, Abuja. Kano: Bakavu Barracks, Kano. Lagos: NYSC Secretariat, Old Census Office Babs Animashun Street, Surulere, Lagos. Osun: NYSC Secretariat, New Ikirun road, Osogbo. Rivers: NYSC Secretariat, 40 Ikwerre road, Port-Hacourt. Sokoto: Gingiya Barracks, Sokoto Adamawa: NYSC Secretariat, Federal Secretariat Complex, Yola. NOTE: The foreign trained graduate can start printing their invitation as from 9th July 2021 on their dashboard.
  7. The management of NYSC has released its phone numbers to members of the public to call. You can call any of the under-listed helplines below for support. The line is opened 24/7. 1). 08064324023 2). 09092989929 3). 09065250174 4). 07052374757 5). 08139880080 6). 08099937377 – Toll-Free 7). 08147869429 8). 09038034460 9). 08092142661 10) 08092142614 11) 08092142616 12) 07019190812 13) 07056726960 14) 07056726961 15) 08089244741 Signed Management You may want to also check NYSC Concessional Posting Update For Married Female PCMs
  8. The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) 2021 Batch ‘B’ Online Registration commences Tuesday 29th June, 2021. The Online Registration is for all Prospective Corps Members, foreign trained graduates, part time graduates. Prospective Corps Members (PCM) who were not deployed 2021 Batch ‘A’ Stream II will be deployed 2021 Batch ‘B’ and will be notified when to print their Call up Letter. Visit www.nysc.org.ng to register The online registration for remilitarization for the batch A 2021 ends on the 24th June 2021. You may want to also check What Prospective Corps Members Need To Know About Discrepancy In Name
  9. Oyo state Youth corpers were extremely excited after the state governor, Seyi Makinde, announced the increment of their state allowances from N5000 to N15, 000. The governor announced this increment of their state allowance on Thursday, June 3, while speaking at the state’s orientation camp. Watch the corpers jump in excitement in the video below.
  10. On today's latest NYSC news, the Special Adviser to the President on Social Protection Plan, Mrs Maryam Uwais has appealed for support from the National Youth Service Corps to provide succour for the vulnerable and out-of-school children in the country. Uwais stated this today during her courtesy call on NYSC Director-General, Brigadier General Shuaibu Ibrahim at the NYSC National Directorate Headquarters in Abuja. She said her committee is saddled with the responsibility of taking school-age children off the streets, thereby adding value to their lives. Uwais, who added that her committee had visited Gombe, Ekiti, Kaduna, Sokoto and Borno states, said efforts are on-going to sensitise women and non-formal education tutors on the dangers of using young children as street hawkers and beggers. "We want NYSC's support to actualise this mandate. We can't do it alone and we plead with NYSC to join us in giving hope to the vulnerable and poor children in the country", she said. The Special Adviser added that her committee is working with many Federal Government Agencies, including State Governments towards ensuring that the vulnerable and out-of-school children are well catered for and also given a new lease of life. "We want to add value as we are looking at agriculture, malnutrition, digital skills, entrepreneurship, sports, addressing trauma, curbing violence and sddressing special needs." "We also want to engage the mothers to learn nutrition, good hygiene and also bring their children for birth registration, vaccination among others", Mrs Uwais said. She appealed to all well-meaning Nigerians to support the committee in giving hope and dignity to the vulnerable children in the country. NYSC Director-General, Brigadier General Shuaibu Ibrahim in his response, said Corps Members are full of potentials that can he harnessed for national development. He stated that their previous participation in national assignment is an attestation to the fact that if given a conducive environment, they would render selfless services to the development of the country. He assured the Special Adviser of NYSC's readiness to support the project.
  11. NYSC 2021 Batch ‘A Stream I deployment has been released. Those deployed will be able to print their Call-up Letters from their dashboard at https://portal.nysc.org.ng According to NYSC management, in order to observe COVID-19 safety measures in the NYSC Orientation Camps, not all PCMs who have successfully registered were deployed for 2021 Batch ‘A Stream I. All those who were not deployed are advised to patiently wait for the next Stream which is scheduled for May 2021. Some Prospective Corps Members (PCMs) deployed to Lagos will have their Orientation Course in Ogun, Oyo and Osun Camps. Some Prospective Corps Members (PCMs) deployed to FCT will have their Orientation Course in Kogi camp. Prospective Corps Members PCMs must adhere strictly to their assigned date of reporting to the Orientation Camps. No PCMs will be allowed into the Camps if they come before their appointment date. Read also NYSC To Begin 2021 Batch A Stream I Orientation Course 10th March 2021 Batch ‘A Stream I Prospective Corps Members are to register for COVID-19 Test. The NCDC link is on the dashboard of those deployed. Read also How To Register For Covid-19 Vaccination In Nigeria
  12. 2021 Batch A Stream I Orientation Course has been scheduled to hold from 10th to 30th March, 2021 barely three days into the commencement of online registration for Prospective Corps Members. The Management of the National Youth Service Corps made this known to the public on their official social media channels, stating the 2021 (Batch A) Orientation Course reopening date. Recall that Management of the Scheme had on Wednesday, 3rd March 2021, open its portals for registration of Prospective Corp Members who wish to serve in this current batch. It has been a culture for the NYSC to announce few days to the closure of online registration, and it is easy to predict that call up letters would be sent to Prospective Corp Members by Monday or Tuesday next week.
  13. The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Management wish to inform all prospective corps members that the NYSC 2021 Batch ‘A’ Service Year Online Registration will commence on 3rd March, 2021. This was disclosed on Wednesday via the official Facebook page of the scheme. Below is the details statement released by the NYSC Management: UPLOADING AND REGISTRATION OF PROSPECTIVE CORPS MEMBERS FOR 2021 BATCH ‘A’ SERVICE YEAR 1. This is to notify the public that preparations are in top gear towards a hitch-free 2021 Batch ‘A’ Mobilization Exercise. 2. Accordingly, the portal is now opened for all Corps Producing Institutions (CPlIs) to upload list of their qualified graduates. 3. At the end of the upload, graduates of Nigerian CPls would commence online registration on 3rd March 2021. 4. Similarly, foreign trained graduates would also login from 3rd March 2021 to upload their documents before being invited for pre-camp physical verification. 5. Those who failed to report for previous camp registration should also use the opportunity to login and revalidate their call-up details when the portal opens on 3rd March 2021. 6. Remobilization of corps members who earlier absconded service is on-going. Absconders who recently completed all processes for remobilization should login now and register on or before 2nd March 2021. There will be no extension. Details here NYSC Open 2021 Remobilization Online Portal For absconded Corpers 7. Management wishes to reiterate that only qualified graduates should avail themselves for mobilization as illegal enlistment attracts jail term upon conviction by the law court. Management.
  14. 110 Ex NYSC Members Get FG Automatic Employment and Scholarship President Muhammadu Buhari Thursday offered automatic employment to 110 ex-corps members in the Federal Civil Service and scholarships for the pursuit of post-graduate studies up to doctoral level in any university in Nigeria. Speaking at the virtual 2018/2019 President's National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) honours award ceremony held at the State House Conference Centre, Abuja, President Buhari, also announced cash rewards for the excorps members. He directed the relevant government agencies to ensure timely implementation of all the incentives for the award recipients. Read also Npower Permanency- 30k Exited Volunteers Get FG Job Urging the honourees to sustain the patriotic zeal that earned them the award. “It is noteworthy that the young men and women being honoured have excelled in the four cardinal programmes of the Scheme, namely: Orientation Course, Primary Assignment, Community Development Service and Winding-up/Passing-out, which formed the basis of assessment for the Honours Award, the president said. “On behalf of the Government and the good people of Nigeria, I heartily congratulate those honoured on standing out from their peers in order to merit the honour being bestowed upon them. “You have proved yourselves worthy ambassadors of your respective families and the National Youth Service Corps. I am very proud of you and confident that the Award shall spur you to greater service to the Nation and humanity,” he said. The President also used the occasion to commend the founding fathers of the 48-year-old scheme, notably General Yakubu Gowon, who joined the occasion virtually. Read also FG Gives Update On NYIF Loan Disbursement President Buhari stressed that NYSC has remained a bastion of national unity and integration by exposing our youth to diverse cultures and traditions, thereby making them appreciate our similarities and diversities. “This has strengthened the mileage covered in our quest to be a nation with one common vision and destiny despite our plurality,’ he said. On efforts to sanitise the mobilisation process of the Scheme, the President directed NYSC management to ensure that only those who meet the required criteria participate in the one-year national service. President Buhari praised Nigerian youths on National Service for frontally confronting and remaining at the forefront of the war against COVID-19 pandemic. Read also Link To Apply For Survivalfund Guaranteed Offtake Scheme The President noted that the inherent innovation and resilience of Nigerian youths, which members of the Service Corps demonstrated through the production of face masks, hand sanitizers, liquid soap, and several fabricated machines, contributed towards curtailing the spread of the pandemic. “The enormous contributions members of the Service Corps are making to the improvement of our education, health and social sectors as well as rural development remain a shining testament to the Scheme. “This has portrayed successive generations of Corps members as veritable agents of development, he said. Commending the Federal Ministry of Youth and Sports Development and NYSC for the dogged implementation of the self-reliance programme of government for the youths, the President urged them to sustain the tempo of their activities in this direction. “It is critical that our youths benefit from the N75b Nigeria Youth Investment Fund. “They should also be encouraged to key into other youth empowerment programmes of Government such as Youth Empowerment and Development Initiative, Youth Initiative for Sustainable Agriculture in Nigeria, Presidential Youth Empowerment Scheme, and Young Farmers Scheme among others,’ he said. Declaring that his administration has abiding faith in the Nigerian youth, the finest part of which Corps members belong, the President said he had demonstrated this belief by signing the "Not too Young to Run" bill into law, to accommodate youth in the political landscape. "wish to remind our youth, who have the greatest stake in the future of our country, Nigeria, and of course the generality of Nigerians to embrace our initiatives on value reorientation, as this is essential for the achievement of a country we shall all be proud to bequeath to future generations,” he said. Read also NALDA To Recruit 37000 Youths As Soil Doctors Nationwide President Buhari also urged Nigerian youth to avoid all economic and social vices that are contrary to the wellbeing and progress of the country, admonishing them to adopt a collective approach, premised on sound values to build a great nation. “AS young men and women, I recognize the extreme peer pressure you experience; it is my plea to you to be wary of those who would like to exploit your youth, intelligence and positive energy by channeling you into wrong paths. “Avoiding such acts honours not just your families who have sacrificed to see you attain greater heights, but also brings pride to your fellow citizens,” he said. A highpoint at the combined Presidential Honours Award was the reading of citations of the best awardees for each service year. For the 2018 set, Anyaogu Onyeyirichi Rejoice, who emerged first, served in Taraba State. Anyaogu won the National Council of Women Societies (NCWS) Award for the Best Female Corps Member in Community Development. Dr. Eze Sunday Victor, who served in Jigawa State, came first in the 2019 set while Odion Jessica Eseohen took the 2nd position in NCWS Award for Best Female Corps Member in Community Development.
  15. The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) have set the resumption date for the 2020 Batch ‘B’ Stream 2 Prospective Corps members to 18th January. This release is to assure all the PCMs that sequel to the discussion of the Scheme with the NCDC, the commencement date for the 2020 Batch B Stream II Orientation exercise will now be 18th January 2021 alongside educational institutions as against 5th January 2021 earlier announced. Read also NYSC Releases 2020-21 Batch B Stream 2 Call Up Letter However, the management of NYSC has advised Packs to continue to observe faithfully the COVID-19 safety protocols as issued by the Federal Government from time to time. Those PCMs and Camp officials will undergo the COVID-19 test. Only those that are negative will be admitted to camps. The Federal Ministry of education also released a press statement stating that sequel to the hint given during the press 12 January 2021 for the review of the proposed resumption date of 18th January 2021, the Federal Ministry of Education has undertaken a comprehensive appraisal of the situation. After extensive consultations with relevant stakeholders, including State Governors, Commissioners of Education, Proprietors and heads of institutions, staff unions, and students, the consensus of opinion is that the resumption date of 18th January should remain, while parents and respective institutions must ensure full compliance with COVID-19 protocols including: READ ALSO: How To Print Improved NIN Slip Using NIMC Mobile App Compulsory wearing of Facemasks by all students, teachers, and workers in all schools Temperature checks and handwashing facilities at strategic locations in all schools Ensuring a constant supply of water and sanitizers Enforcement of maintenance of social distancing and suspension of large gatherings such as assembly and visiting days. Avoiding overcrowding, including limitations in class sizes and hostel occupancy Availability of functional health clinics with facilities for isolation and transportation of suspected cases to medical facilities Adherence to all other non-pharmaceutical protocols, restrictions, and containment measures as may be prescribed/ approved by the PTF from time to time. According to the Federal Ministry of education, these measures which are to ensure the safe reopening of schools for academic activities will be subject to constant review as we urge teachers, school administrators, and other stakeholders to ensure strict compliance.
  16. The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has officially released call up letters for 2020 Batch ‘B’ Stream 2 Prospective Corps members. This release is to assure all the PCMs that sequel to the discussion of the Scheme with the NCDC, commencement date for the 2020 Batch B Stream Il Orientation exercise will now be 18th January, 2021 alongside educational institutions as against 5th January, 2021 earlier announced. All those that registered for National Service with 2020 Batch ‘B’ should proceed to https://portal.nysc.org.ng/nysc1 to check their dashboards and print their Call-up letters. According to the Call up letter, the orientation camp course for 2020 Batch ‘B’ Stream 2 will commence from Monday, January 18 2021 for shortlisted candidates. Meanwhile, the management of NYSC have advised prospective corp members to continue to observe faithfully the COVID-19 safety protocols as issued by the Federal Government from time to time. You are to also note that PCMs and Camp officials will undergo COVID-19 test. Only those that are negative will be admitted in camps. Those who cannot see their call up letters from their dashboards will follow 2021 Batch A.
  17. A Nigerian lady, Effiong Laurel Scott, has claimed that she was raped by the man who was hacked to death by an NYSC member in Akwa Ibom. On Sunday, January 10, a youth corper identified as Princess Pascaline Odume, was arrested by the police for allegedly killing a man identified as Japhet Akwaowo. Odume alleged that she killed the man in self-defense after he threatened to kill her after she refused to remove her clothes so that he could have sex with her. read here In a viral video shared online, Effiong alleged that the man who was killed by Odume also raped her in 2017 when she was 18. She said; ”My name Effiong Laurel Scott and I am from Akwa Ibom state. I heard about the incident that took place here in Uyo of the girl that butchered the guy to bits and pieces. I heard about it a few days ago but I did not think much of it until yesterday. I was just scrolling through Facebook and I saw a comment on the post that stated ‘Even if it was a rape case, why would she kill the guy?’. That caught my attention and I went through the post and I started reading through and this was the girl’s side of the story that said the guy tried to rape her. I was like let me see the girl’s photo and the guy’s photo. As God would have it, it turns out that this was the guy that raped me in 2017, July 17th to be precise in Etinan local government.” The lady gave details of how she met the man and the incident that followed. ”My family and I came back to Akwa Ibom in 2012. I grew up in Maiduguri. Due to the security, insurgency and all that, we came back to Akwa Ibom state. My dad was transferred top Etinan and we moved to Etinan to be with him. I celebrated my 18th birthday on May 11 and this incident happened in July. I was on my way out on a bike. This guy trailed me on the bike and came to me. He stopped the bike that I was on. He got the number. This guy is actually a rapist and a killer. He is not just a rapist, He is a serial rapist. So this guy met me. He sounded so sound. The guy was like since you are in a haste, just give me your number. When you come back we would get to see and talk. Me too I was in a haste so I was like let me just give him my number, it’s not like I was going to pick his call. On my way back home, when I was on the exact spot that he met me to get my number, my phone rang and I picked up and he was like where are you?. I told him I was where he saw me. By this time, this was around 6.30 in the evening. In Etinan, by 6pm, everybody is already on their way home or in their houses. It is already late and almost dark. He told me to stop by a filling station. I stopped by and stood beside it. Listen to the storyline so that you would know that the whole ””jazz” thing that the girl said is true and it is realistic. It is very very true that the guy uses ”jazz” on his victims. He hypnotises them. He told me that he told his Aunty that I was coming by to visit him. I was still having some sense in me. I was like no I cannot come to your house, I just met you. This guy kept on convincing me. We stood on that spot and kept on convincing me. At a time I was like, Okay, let me just waste my own time, let me go with this guy. The road he entered and started taking me through was a bush track. He took me through that road and in my mind, I was like what are we doing here exactly. By the time we got into the house, the house was like a deserted place. So I got into the house and the moment I saw it, I said I can’t stay here. So I got up and told him I was going, maybe I would come another time. I reached for the door. Lo and Behold, the door was locked. As I turned my back to ask him to open the door, this guy got a matchete and a pen knife. He told me in that girl’s exact words that he will rape me and kill me and nobody will know about it and nobody will do anything about it. Yes! Those were his exact words to me too. No single thing changed. I begged as an 18 year old. I begged. I cried. What didn’t I do that day. I begged him. I was literally crying. Fine, he still had his way with me. He had his way with me not once, twice. to be precise I got back home that night around 11pm. I snucked into the house, I had my bath. I cried my eyes. I cried for days.” Effiong said she only told her elder sister as she revealed that the man also threatened her elder sister after he got to know. ”The only person I was able to tell this thing to then was my elder sister. Somehow he got to know that my elder sister knew about it. He started threatening her from that time. This guy’s name is Akwaowo Japheth. That is his name. Quote me. I am the one saying it. This guy’s name is Akwaowo Japheth. I can vouch on my life that that girl did not just want to murder him.”he said In the video, Effiong said that she is very happy that the man died a painful death. She also encouraged other victims of the man to speaker while insisting that the coroner killed the man in self-defense.
  18. President Muhammadu MBuhari have directed the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) to ensure the enrolment of corps members in the National Health Insurance Scheme, the DG NYSC, Brig-Gen. Shuaibu Ibrahim disclosed the directive, today the 9th November 2020.
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