9 Corps Members Set to Repeat Service Year
After the completion of the mandatory one year service, it has been confirmed that 9 out of 699 corp membersb that ought to have passed out in Kogi State will be repeating the service year, the Kogi State Coordinator, National Youths Service Corps (NYSC), Mrs Mofoluwasho Williams disclosed this on Thursday at the passing out ceremony of 699 members of 2021 Batch B Stream Il in Lokoja.
Explaining why nine corps members’ service year was extended, Mofoluwasho said three of the corps members only came to Kogi, registered and absconded.
She added that six others had their services extended for various offences.
“We thank God that 690 of the members successfully completed their service year and would be going out.
“As good ambassadors of NYSC, we expect you to go out there and do us proud by displaying the good virtues inculcated in you within the one year of the service,” she said.
2 Prospective Corps Members Got Killed By Bandits
It is a sardonic moment as two prospective corps members got killed yesterday by some bandits on their way to the NYSC orientation camp, the deceased graduates were fresh graduates of the Osun State University who are on their way to the NYSC Camp. The incident happened along the Lokoja-Abuja expressway.The development has been confirmed by the Public Relations officer of the University Mr Ademola Adesoji.The school spokesman said that:“Four of our ex-students were...
EID-KABIR: Buhari observes Prayer in Duara, Treks 800 Metres and Gives Corps Members 500k
Yesterday, the President of the Federal republic of Nigeria Muhammadu Buhari joined thousands of Muslim faithful to observe the two raka’at Eid el-Kabir prayer in his hometown Daura, Katsina State.Reports have it that the president arrived the Eid Praying Ground in company of his aides and relatives at about 9.48 a.m. and the president performed the annual sacrifice of slaughtering of the ram immediately after the prayer session.After the prayer, the Preside...
NYSC BURIES CORPS MEMBERS THAT DROWNED IN TARABA AMIDST TEARS.
The Nigeria Youth Service Corps has laid to rest lifeless body of Corps members that got drowned in Mayo Salbe, Ghaska LG, Taraba, after they went on a picnic and the water rise above its usual level.9 corps members died in the incident and 13 were rescued by villagers. The bodies were laid to rest with a brief funeral service presided over by the Catholic Bishop of Jalingo Diocese, Bishop Charles Hammawa and the Chaplain Government House Chapel, Taraba State....
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