NYSC Moves Corps Members From Anambra To Ebonyi And Imo Over Inadequate Camping Facilities

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has moved all corps members proposed to serve in Anambra State to Ebonyi and Imo states. The corps members were distributed to the neighbouring states because Anambra could not provide adequate camping facilities.

Kehinde Aremu, Coordinator of NYSC in Anambra, said at closing of camp for 2018 Batch C orientation exercise in Umunya Temporary Orientation Camp on Monday.

According to him, Anambra was the only state in the South-East geopolitical zone that did not have permanent orientation site.

He said the present site which was owned by the Anglican Church had become grossly inadequate considering the number of prospective corps members posted to the state.

“Sadly, corps members deployed to Anambra will be holding their orientation course in Imo, earlier this year, Anambra corps members were dislodged to Ebonyi and Imo states.

I wish to seize this opportunity to appeal to the vibrant private sector in Anambra to complement the efforts of the state government towards delivering the orientation camp in Umuawulu/Mbaukwu for 2019 Batch A,’’ he said.

Aremu said the posting of the corps members was guided by the scheme’s policy and requests from deserving employers which fitted into the human capital development strategy of the state government.

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  1. Must they suffer before been moved

  2. I camped at Anambra, and I can truly say the camp is not that ok

  3. That is shameful to a state government. Something should be done asap.

  4. As big as anambra

  5. Why can’t they fix the problem before posting corp members to the state

  6. all these things are things the government needs to look into

  7. i thought anambra is a better state compared to the latter

  8. That’s a shame on anambra government

  9. Universities in the country are producing millions of graduates each year, but no job. That’s to say that the population of graduates is increasing year by year.

  10. so bad…. kettle are really suffering….

  11. can’t they make provision for the facilities

  12. Finally….that umunya road is horribly pathetic

  13. That very bad and you see their governor buying Lamborghini every week

  14. Nigeria and planning

  15. That is very bad they shld ve done that before now

  16. They should plan it well firstly.

  17. Where ever they are deployed to have their orientation tentatively should bring about their welfare been well taking care of. This graduate deserves a better treatment.

  18. The a state government should provide adequate land and facilities for camping

  19. That’s nice . Atleast they took people of corps memebers. Must they suffer because they want to served their father’s land ?

  20. Over crowding in those two camp again

  21. Is that part of the orientation training?

  22. They shuld hve made d proper infrastructure nw

  23. That’s very bad

  24. They should have planned this before

  25. That would be stressful

  26. I wish them a wonderful experience.

  27. That’s shameful

  28. Is not good ooo

  29. I think NYSC is making a bold decision unlike before but still Corp members welfare is paramount because some of the camps are still secondary school which I think is not good enough

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