- The 2018 Batch A prospective corps members can start printing their call-up letters on Monday, April 16
- Management of the NYSC said that this can be done on their online platform
- The 2018 Batch A orientation course will commence on Thursday, April 19
Prospective corps members have been told by the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) to start printing their call-up letters from its online platform beginning from Monday, April 16.
According to a statement by the management of NYSC, corps members are expected to report to their orientation camps with the required documents.
Legit.ng notes that 2018 Batch A prospective corps members will begin their orientation course on Thursday, April 19
The statement read: “Persons who studied in Nigeria should bring to camp: degree/HND certificates or statement of results, personal identity card from institution of graduation.
“Foreign graduates should bring for verification, original copies of all their uploaded credentials and travel documents including international passport.
“Foreign graduates are to ensure that academic paper(s) in languages other than English must be translated into English accordingly; both versions must be presented for verification at the camp.
“Medical/veterinary doctors, dentists, pharmacists, optometrists, physiotherapists nurses and public environmental health graduates should bring their professional licenses or certificates of full registration issued by their professional bodies.”
Prospective corps members should visit http://portal.nysc.gov.ng to print their call-up letters.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the Gombe zonal office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) arraigned one Maduako Ugonma Chinomso before Justice Abubakar Jauro of the state high court on two count charge bordering on conspiracy and obtaining money by false pretence.
Madueke, a serving corps member posted to Kaduna and later redeployed to Akwa Ibom state was reportedly arrested at Uyo by the EFCC operatives following a petition by one Yusuf Idris of Tumfure quarters in Gombe stated.
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