Buhari officially approves ₦33,000 as new Corpers allowance

By Comrade Nnadi Goodluck

Buhari officially approves ₦33,000 as new Corpers allowance.

The NYSC Director General, Brigadier General Shuaibu Ibrahim has officially confirmed that the monthly allowance of corp members has been increased to ₦33,000 by the President Buhari led federal government.

Mr. Ibrahim made the announcement on Tuesday during a working visit to the NYSC secretariat in Bauchi.

Buhari officially signs ₦33,000 as new Corpers allowance

He further revealed that the increase is in line with the new minimum wage approved by the federal government.

Ibrahim said provisions for the new allowance have been made in the 2020 budget and “payment would commence as soon as funds are released by the appropriate authorities”.

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In September, Ibrahim had hinted that the monthly allowance of corps members would be increased “immediately the federal government starts the payment of the new minimum wage”.

“Your monthly allowance would be increased immediately the Federal Government starts the payment of the new minimum wage to all public servants nationwide,” he said in an address delivered at the NYSC orientation camp in Iyana-Ipaja, Lagos.

“Efforts are in top gear at all levels to ensure adequate welfare for all corps members.”

Sunday Dare, the minister of youth and sports development, also confirmed the increase in October, although he did not provide details.

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President Muhammadu Buhari signed the new minimum wage bill into law in April 2019.

Federal civil servants and some states have started implementation, adjusting the salary scale.

Stay tuned with nyscinfo.com as we bring you more updates as regards the new minimum wage payment to Corps Members.

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About Comrade Nnadi Goodluck 395 Articles
Comrade Nnadi Goodluck started writing since 2007. In 2016, he graduated from Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra with a Degree in Educational Management and Policy/Health Education. He did his NYSC in Oyo state.


  1. I just wish this is not another long story by our government, already its started clearly that the payment will commence once they start paying the minimum wage…… So we are waiting

  2. Will Ex- courpers benefit from the increment (i.e will federal government pay Arrears?).

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