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  • 2022 BATCH 'C'STREAM I ORIENTATION COURSE: SKILLS ACQUISITION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT RALLY
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    2022 BATCH 'C'STREAM I ORIENTATION COURSE: SKILLS ACQUISITION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT RALLY #nysc #kopaville #saed #camp #rally
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  • Congratulations to all kopas that are passing out today. More great open doors in any good careers you decide to embark on. God bless you all for your service.
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    Congratulations to all kopas that are passing out today. More great open doors in any good careers you decide to embark on. God bless you all for your service. #nysc #kopaville #pop #service #thankyou
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  • 5,OOO SEATER CAPACITY AUDITORIUM TO BE COMMISSIONED AT NYSC RIVERS STATE ORIENTATION CAMP IN NONWA GBAM, TAI, ON THURSDAY AUGUST 11, 2022.
    Join us on this page for live a streaming of the event and also for live coverage on NYSC Television on TStv Channel 365.
    5,OOO SEATER CAPACITY AUDITORIUM TO BE COMMISSIONED AT NYSC RIVERS STATE ORIENTATION CAMP IN NONWA GBAM, TAI, ON THURSDAY AUGUST 11, 2022. Join us on this page for live a streaming of the event and also for live coverage on NYSC Television on TStv Channel 365.
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  • Apply and serve your country further.
    Apply and serve your country further.
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  • The Biggest family in the whole of Africa. I celebrate every of our brothers and sisters across the 36 state of Nigeria. Congratulations on your POP. God's speed
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    The Biggest family in the whole of Africa. I celebrate every of our brothers and sisters across the 36 state of Nigeria. Congratulations on your POP. God's speed #nysc #kopaville #pop
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  • LAWMAKERS PROMISE SPEEDY PASSAGE OF NYSC TRUST FUND BILL

    The Speaker, Federal House of Representatives, Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila has promised speedy passage of the proposed NYSC Trust Fund Bill, adding that it would boost NYSC Skill Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development programme if eventually assented to by the President.

    He stated this today in Abuja at the public hearing on the proposed NYSC Trust Fund bill.

    The Speaker, who was represented by the Majority Leader of the house, Hon. Al-Hassan Doguwa promised that as legislators and public policy makers, they would ensure that their recommendations would be tailored to the philosophy behind the proposed trust fund

    He recalled that at the inception of the NYSC, the country had about seven universities, noting that presently there are more than 200 universities in the country mobilizing thousands of graduates every year for service, which has placed many demands on scarce resources of the government.

    He said the NYSC Trust Fund bill was long overdue, given the fact that it would help address a myriad of challenges besetting the National Youth Sevice Corps.

    "I believe that the most pressing public policy question of our time is how to ensure the economic, political and social future of the teeming number of young people in the country.

    How do we build an economy that provides enough well-paying jobs and ensures that young people are adequately represented in the arena where political decisions are made", he said.

    The Chairman, House Committee on Youth Development, Hon. Yemi Adaramodu said the committee had visited all the NYSC Orientation Camps in the country on oversight functions.

    The lawmaker noted that many of the Camps are still operating from temporary sites, while the NYSCTF would address the problem of infrastructural deficit in the camps.

    "NYSC is the only avenue where Nigerian young graduates flourish together irrespective of creed or tribe.

    We cannot underestimate the importance of Skill Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development because the strength of a nation lies in the strength of its youth", Adaramodu said.

    The lawmaker who disclosed that a total of 105 memoranda were received stated that the National Assembly was passionately interested in any decision that would lift Nigerian youths out of poverty.

    During the public hearing, a former Governor of Edo State, Senator Oserheimen Osunbor observed that the objectives of the bill are laudable.

    "The bill is commendable and l support its passage by the National Assembly", he said.

    NYSC Director-General, Major General Shuaibu Ibrahim, who led Management, Staff and Corps Members to the public hearing also said the Trust Fund bill would address the paucity of funds affecting Corps entrepreneurs, as start-up capitals would be made availble to them as they exit service to start their businesses based on the skills learned during service.

    The DG further noted that the multiplier effects arising from the businesses cannot be over-emphasised as, many Nigerians would be employed by the businesses, thus taking them off the labour market.

    Speaking on behalf of her colleagues nationwide, Corps Member Okafor MaryJane Ezinne FC/21A/0899, said the Trust fund would enable the provision of befitting Orientation Camps, provide adequate logistics for operational efficiency, deepen the impactof Community Development Service, provide accommidation for Corps Members, enhance the functionality of the Skill Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development programme among others.

    "The exponential rise in the population of graduates being mobilized for national service annually is causing overstretch of facilities in Orientation Camps all over the country.

    We strongly believe the trust fund would go a long way in complementing the efforts of Government towards continuous expansion and upgrade of Orientation Camp facilities", She said.

    Representatives from the EFCC, NYSC Foundation, National Youth Council of Nigeria, International Strategic Studies, FCT Youth Stakeholders Forum, among others presented memo in support of the NYSC Trust Fund bill.
    LAWMAKERS PROMISE SPEEDY PASSAGE OF NYSC TRUST FUND BILL The Speaker, Federal House of Representatives, Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila has promised speedy passage of the proposed NYSC Trust Fund Bill, adding that it would boost NYSC Skill Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development programme if eventually assented to by the President. He stated this today in Abuja at the public hearing on the proposed NYSC Trust Fund bill. The Speaker, who was represented by the Majority Leader of the house, Hon. Al-Hassan Doguwa promised that as legislators and public policy makers, they would ensure that their recommendations would be tailored to the philosophy behind the proposed trust fund He recalled that at the inception of the NYSC, the country had about seven universities, noting that presently there are more than 200 universities in the country mobilizing thousands of graduates every year for service, which has placed many demands on scarce resources of the government. He said the NYSC Trust Fund bill was long overdue, given the fact that it would help address a myriad of challenges besetting the National Youth Sevice Corps. "I believe that the most pressing public policy question of our time is how to ensure the economic, political and social future of the teeming number of young people in the country. How do we build an economy that provides enough well-paying jobs and ensures that young people are adequately represented in the arena where political decisions are made", he said. The Chairman, House Committee on Youth Development, Hon. Yemi Adaramodu said the committee had visited all the NYSC Orientation Camps in the country on oversight functions. The lawmaker noted that many of the Camps are still operating from temporary sites, while the NYSCTF would address the problem of infrastructural deficit in the camps. "NYSC is the only avenue where Nigerian young graduates flourish together irrespective of creed or tribe. We cannot underestimate the importance of Skill Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development because the strength of a nation lies in the strength of its youth", Adaramodu said. The lawmaker who disclosed that a total of 105 memoranda were received stated that the National Assembly was passionately interested in any decision that would lift Nigerian youths out of poverty. During the public hearing, a former Governor of Edo State, Senator Oserheimen Osunbor observed that the objectives of the bill are laudable. "The bill is commendable and l support its passage by the National Assembly", he said. NYSC Director-General, Major General Shuaibu Ibrahim, who led Management, Staff and Corps Members to the public hearing also said the Trust Fund bill would address the paucity of funds affecting Corps entrepreneurs, as start-up capitals would be made availble to them as they exit service to start their businesses based on the skills learned during service. The DG further noted that the multiplier effects arising from the businesses cannot be over-emphasised as, many Nigerians would be employed by the businesses, thus taking them off the labour market. Speaking on behalf of her colleagues nationwide, Corps Member Okafor MaryJane Ezinne FC/21A/0899, said the Trust fund would enable the provision of befitting Orientation Camps, provide adequate logistics for operational efficiency, deepen the impactof Community Development Service, provide accommidation for Corps Members, enhance the functionality of the Skill Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development programme among others. "The exponential rise in the population of graduates being mobilized for national service annually is causing overstretch of facilities in Orientation Camps all over the country. We strongly believe the trust fund would go a long way in complementing the efforts of Government towards continuous expansion and upgrade of Orientation Camp facilities", She said. Representatives from the EFCC, NYSC Foundation, National Youth Council of Nigeria, International Strategic Studies, FCT Youth Stakeholders Forum, among others presented memo in support of the NYSC Trust Fund bill.
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  • Safe trip to your various camps.
    #nysc #kopa #camps # safejourney
    Safe trip to your various camps. #nysc #kopa #camps # safejourney
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  • Aisha Buhari Inaugurates NYSC Ultra-Modern Mobile Clinic, Free Healthcare For Indihent Nigerians

    Nigeria First Lady, Dr (Mrs) Aisha Muhammadu Buhari has inaugurated the NYSC Ultra-Modern Mobile Clinic that she donated to the Scheme during the official flag-off of First Quarter 2022 NYSC Health Initiative for Rural Dwellers held today at Kpaduma II Guzape, Abuja.

    She said she had observed with great admiration, the critical roles the NYSC played in the efforts to contain the COVID-19 Pandemic, especially in the heat of the scourge in 2020.

    Aisha Buhari added that the interventions of Corps Medical Personnel who joined other frontline health workers, as well as thousands of other Corps Members that produced and distributed items such as face masks, hand sanitizer, liquid soap, food and other palliatives further underscored the relevance of the Scheme and heightened the nation's hope in its youths.

    "Today's event is a significant step forward in the health initiative of the NYSC, which has the same goals as my Future Assured programme.

    Indeed, our numerous interventions greatly complement the efforts of the Federal Government in the delivery of quality health services to Nigerians, especially the indigent members of our rural communities.

    I wish to emphasize the need for programmes of the NYSC that are targeted at improving the lives of Nigerians, including its rural health programme, the HIRD, to be strengthened through the goodwill and support of all well meaning citizens. This informed my decision to donate the mobile clinic to the Scheme. I would like to assure that our moral and material support for the NYSC will be sustained for the benefit of the citizenry", She said.

    Aisha Buhari, who was represented at the event by the wife of a former Governor of Nasarawa State, Dr (Mrs) Tanko Al-makura reiterated her commitment to any cause that will help in the reduction, if not total eradication, of maternal and newborn mortality, as well as avoidable morbidity arising from preventable causes such as obstructed labour, blood loss, high blood pressure, amongst others.,
    #nysc #nysctrustfund #nyscmobileclinic
    Aisha Buhari Inaugurates NYSC Ultra-Modern Mobile Clinic, Free Healthcare For Indihent Nigerians Nigeria First Lady, Dr (Mrs) Aisha Muhammadu Buhari has inaugurated the NYSC Ultra-Modern Mobile Clinic that she donated to the Scheme during the official flag-off of First Quarter 2022 NYSC Health Initiative for Rural Dwellers held today at Kpaduma II Guzape, Abuja. She said she had observed with great admiration, the critical roles the NYSC played in the efforts to contain the COVID-19 Pandemic, especially in the heat of the scourge in 2020. Aisha Buhari added that the interventions of Corps Medical Personnel who joined other frontline health workers, as well as thousands of other Corps Members that produced and distributed items such as face masks, hand sanitizer, liquid soap, food and other palliatives further underscored the relevance of the Scheme and heightened the nation's hope in its youths. "Today's event is a significant step forward in the health initiative of the NYSC, which has the same goals as my Future Assured programme. Indeed, our numerous interventions greatly complement the efforts of the Federal Government in the delivery of quality health services to Nigerians, especially the indigent members of our rural communities. I wish to emphasize the need for programmes of the NYSC that are targeted at improving the lives of Nigerians, including its rural health programme, the HIRD, to be strengthened through the goodwill and support of all well meaning citizens. This informed my decision to donate the mobile clinic to the Scheme. I would like to assure that our moral and material support for the NYSC will be sustained for the benefit of the citizenry", She said. Aisha Buhari, who was represented at the event by the wife of a former Governor of Nasarawa State, Dr (Mrs) Tanko Al-makura reiterated her commitment to any cause that will help in the reduction, if not total eradication, of maternal and newborn mortality, as well as avoidable morbidity arising from preventable causes such as obstructed labour, blood loss, high blood pressure, amongst others., #nysc #nysctrustfund #nyscmobileclinic
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