NYSC News Update 2022 Today On Senate List & Registration

By | August 25, 2022

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The Nigerian government established the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) to engage Nigerian graduates in nation-building and development efforts. Nigeria has no military conscription, although graduates of universities and later polytechnics have been compelled to participate in the National Youth Service Corps program for a year since 1973.

This is referred to as the national service year. Until 1975, Ahmadu Ali was the NYSC’s first Director-General. Shuaibu Ibrahim is the current Director-General.

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DG hails Army for supporting NYSC

Major General Shuaibu Ibrahim, the Director-General of the National Youth Service Corps, has praised the Nigerian Army for its continuing support of the scheme. He was speaking during a courtesy visit to Brigadier General S Sulaiman, Commander, 34 Artillery Brigade, in Owerri, the Imo State capital. Ibrahim praised the country’s armed units in particular.

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NYSC set to prosecute graduates that evade mobilization

Major General Shuaibu Ibrahim, the Director-General of NYSC, has stated that the Scheme will now prosecute Nigerian graduates who refuse to report for mobilization for National Service after completing their degrees. He said this today during the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding amoung the National Youth Service Corps.

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Reps’ bill to NYSC Trust Fund scales through second reading

New York State Service Corps (NYSC) 2021 Update Portal on Batch A 2022 Check out the Senate list and the mobilization schedule for 2022. The House of Representatives has passed a bill to create a National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Trust Fund on its second reading. The lawmakers also passed the electoral bill into law at the same time.
Hon. Samuel Akinfolarin sponsored the measure, which was titled “A bill for an Act to establish the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Trust Fund, Bill 2022.” The bill’s details revealed that it had 31 sections, 1 schedule, and a supplemental of regulations of the Board’s, committees’, and miscellaneous of the trust fund’s procedures.

NYSC Latest News: First Lady facilitates employment of physically challenged ex-corps members

Dr. Aisha Muhammadu Buhari, the First Lady of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, has helped two physically challenged ex-Corps members, Onogberie Efe Lulu and Nuruddeen Tahir, get jobs in the Federal Civil Service.

The NYSC Director-General, Major General Shuaibu Ibrahim, made this gesture as a result of his consistent agitation for stakeholders’ assistance, particularly in the area of Corps welfare.

The Director-General of the Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund presented the two their employment letters in his office today. Ibrahim thanked the First Lady for her continued commitment in the success of NYSC and the welfare of Corps Members.

He said her newest gift would inspire the recipients to give more dedicated service to the country, as well as convey a message to other physically challenged adolescents that the country cared about them and wanted to help them fulfil their full potential.

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The Director-General praised the pair and urged them to repay the First Lady’s kindness by dedicating themselves to their tasks.
Lulu and Tahir responded by thanking the First Lady for her kindness and praying to the Almighty to reward her.

They also expressed gratitude to the Director-General for his persistent commitment to their well-being, stating that he had always been an inspiration to them.
Both teenagers stated that they will make the most of the chance presented to them by providing even more services to the country.