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Mass redeployment of corps members in Plateau, Kano, Jigawa, Gombe.

There has been mass redeployment of members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), as a total of 4,456 Batch 'B' corps members serving in five states in the North

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افتراضي Mass redeployment of corps members in Plateau, Kano, Jigawa, Gombe.

There has been Mass redeployment of members of the National Youth Service corps (NYSC), as a total of 4,456 Batch 'B' corps members serving in five states in the North have been redeployed to other states, especially southern states of the country.

Reports from Plateau, Jigawa, Kano, Bauchi and Gombe states, on Monday, indicated that no fewer than 802 corps members redeployed from Plateau State, while 749 and 1,300 youth corps members redeployed from Jigawa and Kano states respectively.


Also, 1,000 corps members out of 1,687 members posted to Gome State redeployed to other states, while 605 out of the 1,221 posted to Bauchi also redeployed. The redeployment of the corps members, according to the coordinators in the various states, were granted on marital and health grounds.


In Plateau, all those that applied for redeployment had their requests granted, while others were posted to different parts of the state. Speaking on Monday at the formal closing ceremony of the 2012 Batch 'B' orientation course held at the temporary orientation camp, Bukuru, the state coordinator, Mr Maram Maful, said majority of those redeployed were married women, pregnant and nursing mothers, with those with ailment also on the list.


He said 30 withdrew their redeployment letters, while others were still contemplating their withdrawal. Meanwhile, the state governor, Mr Jonah Jang, represented by the state Commissioner for Youth Development, Mr Lohfa Bako, has assured corps members serving in the state of government's support. Some of those who agreed to serve in the state said they were staying back because of the prevailing insecurity in the country, adding that there was no part of the country without its own share of security problem.


In Jigawa, the state NYSC coordinator, Mr Ishaya S. Dede, while delivering his address during the closing of the 2012 batch 'B' orientation course in Dutse, said "out of 2,317 corps members posted to the state, 1,989 turned up for registration, while 749 were redeployed on marital and health grounds." In his address, the Jigawa State governor, Alhaji Sule Lamido, assured the corps members of better welfare and security throughout their service year in the state.

In Kano, about 1, 300 corps members out of about 2,560 posted to the state have relocated after their three-week orientation course.


The state NYSC coordinator, Alhaji Salisu Baashir Yakasai, said more than half of the number of corps members that completed the orientation programme in the state had sought for redeployment. Speaking at the ceremony, the state deputy governor, Dr Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, warned ministries and parastatal agencies not to reject any corps member.


In Bauchi, security at the NYSC orientation camp at Wailo Village was beefed up on Monday, during the closing ceremony of orientation training for corps members posted to the state. A News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) correspondent, who covered the event, reported that there was heavy presence of police and military personnel within and outside the camp.


In his speech at the ceremony, Governor Isa Yuguda, represented by his deputy, Alhaji Sagir Saleh, reiterated an earlier directive to stakeholders to ensure the safety of corps members. In Gombe, the state coordinator of NYSC, Mr Igyuse Teryima, said that more than 1,000 of the 1,687 corps members deployed to the state were redeployed to other states.


In Kogi, Governor Idris Wada, at the passing out parade of the 2,012 corps members in Asaya-Kabba, urged them to embrace self-reliance as a tool for socio-economic development of the nation.Wada, represented by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Youth and Sports, Mr Isah Aliu, said the orientation was to equip corps member with practical, social and leadership skills to face future challenges Culled from NAN



Mass redeployment of corps members in Plateau, Kano, Jigawa, Gombe.


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