The National Youth Service Corps has announced that a total of 6,000 prospective corps members will resume for the 2020 “Batch B” one-year mandatory program of the scheme across the country.
This was disclosed by the Director-General of the NYSC, Brigadier General Shaibu Ibrahim, on Thursday. He said that this was possible as the authorities had certified that the facilities around the country were ready.
He said, “We are prepared to deploy six thousand corps members to participate in the 2020 Batch B exercise.
“We have gone around the country to ensure that the camps are also ready.
“We are going to merge those who suspended their orientation in March to also participate for the forthcoming National orientation exercise.”
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According to him, the NYSC management had ensured that all COVID-19 protocols had been put in place to ensure that community transmission in the camps across the country is curtailed.
“We have been interfacing with the relevant bodies such as the Presidential tmTask Force on COVID-19, NCDC and state Ministries of Health on ways of ensuring safe and efficient of the orientation course.
“I am pleased to report that all our orientation camps have been prepared and remodeled with the approved safety protocols,” he added.
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