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4.7 Million Have Participated In NYSC Since Inception — DG

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The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) says more than 4.6 million graduates have participated in the scheme since inception in 1973.

The director-general of the scheme, Shuaibu Ibrahim, said this on Thursday in Abuja while giving the scheme’s scorecard.

Mr Ibrahim said the scheme has achieved so much in fostering unity and contributing to national development over the years.

He said the educational development of the country has also been positively impacted by the presence of corps members as teachers in schools.

“Since inception, 4,664,804 Nigerians have participated in the NYSC scheme. The scheme has done a lot to foster unity and integration through the policy of posting of corps members to other states than their state of origin,” he said.

“The SAED was established in 2012 with the mandate to drive the scheme’s collaboration with various stakeholders toward addressing the problem of graduate youth unemployment.

“The scheme is collaborating with national and international organisations toward providing material, technical and financial support for the programme.

“So far, 1,132,409 corps members have been sensitised and over 70,000 have undergone various forms of skills training,” he said.

Mr Ibrahim said that the NYSC was determined to strengthen the relationship with the media to maintain its positive visibility.

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very nice message awesome

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I'm a cool and gentle guy
very good information
thanks for this post

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It s good to be updated it is a nice information

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But no job to accommodate them all

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Corpers continue serving their fatherland but they are not rewarded back,instead they are termed "lazy nigerian youths"

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This is good to hear indeed

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Thanks for this very important post would be expecting more

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My name is promise and am from edo state am just trying to relate with people and get to read a lot of topics and also be able to earn while doing all these
In term of unity yes NYSC have tried but the life after NYSC is very critical it need urgent attention

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Danga
This is really a good piece of information

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I bet it should be more than that not 4.7 million,it seems it's a wrong data.

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Good, that is a lot of numbers for NYSC in the country

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Nice information. I remember those days when I was obeying clarion call

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How many works have been provided by government since this NYSC

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Most of them don't get employed after the scheme

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Thanks very much for the update

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Yessooo that's sounds great wish them oll d best of oll

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And my name will soon be among the list.

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Nice one but I think NYSC should improve on there 19,800 payment

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That is a great figure. As a unifying factor in Nigeria, more attention should be paid to the scheme by way of enhancing corper's welfare.

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that is very greatfull Congregation

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Harrison
Nysc is increasing every year but no job for them

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This is alarming; NYSC 4.2 million.nice information.

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This is very good information, but where is the Job,

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Oga talk about allowee increment o nor day gv us stats

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Nysc hve really help in reuniting the country youth but they need to create job in the country and get a better way ti employ youths

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At least, thus is helping to eradicate unemployment issues in our country

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Good statistics. But then how many of them get jobs to sustain them afterwards. This is an angle you should look at.

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[ @iamchizzyp: ] very nice message awesome

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Am a good person in character
The director-general of the scheme, Shuaibu Ibrahim, said this on Thursday in Abuja while giving the scheme’s scorecard.

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Nsidibe
Am very sure the 4million is from 5years ago graduates, the remaining are from the oneset.. Nigerian go to school to have a good life and live above poverty level, but as graduate increase, the more unemployment rate increase with no knowledge leader to keep it in check

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