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NYSC Threatens To Withdraw Corps Members From Bayelsa State

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The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has threatened to withdraw corps members from Bayelsa state if their security is not guaranteed.



Suleiman Kazaure, the director General of the scheme, made this known on Tuesday April 2nd when he visited the 2019 batch A corps members at the NYSC orientation camp at Kaiama in Kolokuma/Opokuma local government area of the state.



Speaking during his visitation, Kazaure said.



“I have come to see the 2019 Batch ‘A’ corps members in the camp, and to assess some facilities in the camp, but our major concern here is the safety of this young people,” said the NYSC DG. I am very concerned about the incident that happened last two weeks – where two corps members were killed. We are working with other security agencies to ensure their safety during their primary assignments.

“Governor Seriake Dickson should do the needful about security of corps members. These young ones are national assets on national assignment, and if nothing is done by the state, we will withdraw corps members from serving in Bayelsa State.”

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Yes that is correct

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If what you expect the state to do they are not doing it then withdraw them

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[ @lisamelz: ] The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has threatened to withdraw corps members from Bayelsa state if their security is not guaranteed.



Suleiman Kazaure, the director General of the scheme, made this known on Tuesday April 2nd when he visited the 2019 batch A corps members at the NYSC orientation camp at Kaiama in Kolokuma/Opokuma local government area of the state.



Speaking during his visitation, Kazaure said.



“I have come to see the 2019 Batch ‘A’ corps members in the camp, and to assess some facilities in the camp, but our major concern here is the safety of this young people,” said the NYSC DG. I am very concerned about the incident that happened last two weeks – where two corps members were killed. We are working with other security agencies to ensure their safety during their primary assignments.

“Governor Seriake Dickson should do the needful about security of corps members. These young ones are national assets on national assignment, and if nothing is done by the state, we will withdraw corps members from serving in Bayelsa State.”

That's good..

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olumide1
That's their problem

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I think something is wrong the no get problem

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Yes I think it is right

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FARUKU
Governor Seriake Dickson should do the needful about security of corps members. These young ones are national assets on national assignment,

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kayode
Is there anything wrong with them

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This is too old

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rearly serious

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please there should be withdrawn for their safety

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This corps members are trying wooo

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NYSC why doing this

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it is never a good news to having folks being withdrawn with no better means of justification.

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I salute our DG in person of General Kazaure for his efforts towards the improvement of Corp members welfarism

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For security reason

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[ @emma4john : ] If what you expect the state to do they are not doing it then withdraw them

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joshbobo
Their security is very important

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I support this, it's for the safety of corpers

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Yes oh dat is for d best.

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When there is no security in the area, they don't have any business.

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Just noted now o

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This is really serious

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interesting indeed

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our major concern here is the safety of this young people

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ha this is so serious indeed

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this is serious

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nice update. Keep updating

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Suleiman Kazaure, the director General of the scheme, made this known on Tuesday April 2nd when he visited the 2019 batch A corps members at the NYSC orientation camp at Kaiama in Kolokuma/Opokuma local government area of the state.

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Exactly that is brilliant idea. They should be well taken care of

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