It is no longer a news that the Nigerian economy is facing a challenging time, and in a bid to cut down her expenditures, Nigeria government has decided to say goodbye to the long lasted Youth Service Corps.
It will be recalled that the Federal Government had scrapped Post UTME to enable JAMB carry out its statutory responsibility of conducting admissions into the nation’s Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of Education.
This photo, which reveals the latest updates, was sent by a source, but as to whether this will be something to go by, we are yet to ascertain.
Meanwhile, The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) on Monday refuted social media reports alleging it slashed corps members’ allowance by 25 per cent. NYSC’s Director of Press, Mrs Bose Aderibigbe, said in Abuja the allowance of corps members remained N19,800, and not N14,800 as published by the social media.
But the question is; do you support the removal of NYSC from Nigerian graduate programmes?
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