33 corps members to repeat service in Osun


The National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, Osun State Coordinator, Agbor Ndoma Obim has revealed that 14 members of the scheme who absconded will repeat the service as prescribed in the Act and Bye-laws of the NYSC.

Obim also revealed that 19 corps members had their service year extended by the NYSC Board due to the lackadaisical attitude they portrayed during their service year.

Obim made this known on Thursday during the low key passing out ceremony for members of the NYSC 2022 Batch B Stream 2 deployed to the state for the mandatory one year national service.

The Osun NYSC boss disclosed that 2184 corps members were successfully disengaged from the scheme.

According to him, “A total of 2184 were successfully disengaged and 19 Corps Members were sanctioned by the Board due to the lackadaisical attitude portrayed during their service year which attracted an extension of service.

“14 members who absconded were billed to repeat the service as prescribed in the Act and Bye-laws of the Scheme.”

He appreciated the corps members for being undaunted, humble and unwavering since the beginning of the service year till the joyful moment.

“I enjoin the Corps Members to put to good use the training received while navigating through the four phases of the service year.

“I charge you to embrace hard work and industry leveraging on the various skills acquired during in-camp and post camp skills acquisition and entrepreneurship development classes,” he said.

The State Coordinator implored the members to cherish the friendships and relationship bonds formed during the service year and continue to be their brothers’ keeper as they step into the larger society.

He charged them to shun all forms of corruption and social vices which only results in a setback for the nation and the perpetrator as well.

He encouraged the Corps Members to continue to be good ambassadors of the nation, their families and the Scheme.

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