The NYSC has expressed its utter disappointment in corps members who have traveled without authorization

The National Youth Service Corps () is concerned about the number of corps members who leave the country without prior authorization.

In an address that she gave on Wednesday in Gashu'a town as part of the launch of a workshop for Corps Employers, the NYSC Coordinator for Yobe State, Mrs. Hafsat Yerima, provided information regarding the status of the program.

She stated that the management of the NYSC had their attention brought to the growing number of situations in which corps members traveled without permission from the authorized authorities.

“The management frowns upon such unauthorised journeys since they have been linked to cases of preventable road traffic accidents, some of which have resulted in fatalities. These accidents have occurred as a direct result of these travels.

“I, therefore, admonish all NYSC staff to brace up to their onerous responsibilities and see themselves as guardians to the Corps Members by wielding the carrot and the stick where necessary,” she said. “I, therefore, admonish all NYSC staff to brace up to their onerous responsibilities and see themselves as guardians to the Corps Members.”

Speaking on the topic of the welfare of corps members, Yerima pleaded with employers to show appreciation for the services provided by corps members by offering them permanent work following their year of service, regardless of the state in which they were originally from.

She went on to say that it will go a long way toward promoting socioeconomic growth and the mobility of labor as a strategy for national integration. She said this will go a long way.

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She had a lot of respect for the powerful synergy that had developed over the years between the NYSC and its various stakeholders.

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