The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has told prospective corps members intending to enrol in Batch 'C' Stream II of the scheme when they will be able to print their call-up letters
The management of the NYSC in a statement said prospective corps members of Batch C Stream II will be able to print out their call-up-letters later in the day on Monday, November 25.
“This is to inform 2019 Batch 'C' Stream II Prospective Corps Members that they will be enabled to print their Call-up Letter later in the day. Signed Management,” the NYSC said in the statement.
Meanwhile, the National Assembly says it will commence the review of N-Power and other social investment programmes of the federal government to accommodate more youths, especially fresh graduates.
This was disclosed by the House of Representatives’ committee chairman on youth and sports, Adeyemi Adaramodu.
The lawmaker made the comment on Thursday, November 21 at the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) permanent orientation camp at Wanune in Tarka local government area of Benue state.
Adaramodu, who led other members of the committee on oversight to the camp, told corps members currently undergoing orientation course that the N-Power law, when reviewed, would improve on the empowerment of youth.
In another news report, following the dismissal of two Ebonyi corps members for improper dressing, the leadership of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has released a guide and photos for proper dress code for the scheme.
In a statement posted on its official Twitter handle on Monday, November 11, the scheme said its director-general, Brig-Gen Shuaibu Ibrahim, is concerned about the negative perception of the Scheme's dress code. This, he said, arises mostly from some corps members' disobedience to the dictates of the code.
He noted that the NYSC has maintained one dress code which was devoid of ethnic, religious or gender biases since 22nd May 1973 when it was established.
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