A group of Corps members made to sit under the sun in Command Day Secondary School, Ojo, Lagos State for complaining about poor welfare.
Franklin Onwubiko, the serving member of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), who donated set of class room seats to Government Girls Secondary School Daura, the hometown of President Muhammadu Buhari, is pictured in a private jet with the President & CEO Elite Youth Forum of Nig(EYFN) -Ifesi Andy Muoneme (courtesy of Ifeanyi Ubah)
Abia State Governor, Okezie Ikpeazu has urged the management of the NYSC to give Aba tailors and shoe makers the chance to produce the complete NYSC uniform from the caps to the boots. Governor Ikpeazu made this request during his visit to the Director General of the NYSC, Brigadier General Sule Kazaure at the headquarters of the corps in Abuja yesterday. The Governor who has been on a series of economic diplomatic shuttles with a view to expanding and deepening the business potentials of Aba and Abia State told the DG that the Aba garment and leather industries are fully prepared, ready and able to deliver all the uniforms to be worn by corp members across the country. As a demonstration of his seriousness, the Governor presented the DG with samples of each of the components of the NYS...
This serving corp member is trending online for rocking her NYSC outfit. The corper who is reportedly from Amuri community in Nkanu, Enugu state -apparently decided to wear her oversized kit like this without making any adjustments to it....and this has got the attention of online users.
I don't know if this is true but check it out 1. The Clowns These are the extremely funny ones, mostly warri guys. They always have something to say to get people's ribs cracking. You will never see them been serious for once, all they do is find someone or something to make fun of. They never get tired of talking. Don't bother confronting them for anything because you will end up as their topic and have so many persons laughing at you. 2. Error-Prone These category are the otondos that always get it all wrong on the parade ground. After been corrected severally, they still get confused. You see them turning to the right at the command of 'left turn'. When others are at Attention, that's when they have their hands behind at Ease. Thier hands will never rhyme with others during quick ma