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NYSC DG Gives Clarification On Camp Reopening

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Will NYSC Orientation Camp Reopen in next two weeks? This appears to be the most frequently asked question by Corps members this week. However, the Director-General of National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Brigadier General Shuaibu Ibrahim has said the orientation camp would reopen as soon as the federal government gives them a nod to resume. […]

NYSC Orientation Camp To Reopen In Two Weeks

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Information reaching our desk indicates that the management of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) is preparing to open its orientation camp in NEXT two weeks. Nyscinfo.com learnt that half of the normal number of Corps members will be allowed in camp to reduce crowd. Read the news below. The NYSC Katsina State Coordinator, Alhaji […]

NYSC Begins Documentation of Relocated Corps Members

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The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has commenced documentation of relocated Corps members in some states. Nyscinfo.com confirmed that messages are being sent to relocated corps members to report to the State Secretariat of their various relocated States for documentation. Corps members are to strictly comply to Covid-19 guidelines during documentations. Requirements Relocated Corps members […]

NYSC Should Prepare For Resumption of Orientation Camp – FG

- Will FG pay ex-Corps members minimum wage arrears? Find answer below. Following the Federal Executive Council (FEC) weekly meeting in Abuja on Wednesday, the Ministry of Finance and the Office of the Accountant General of the Federation has been directed to pay consequential adjustments on the new minimum wage before December 31st. Since then, Nyscinfo.com has been receiving series of questions as regard to this minimum wage arrears payment. The most frequently asked question is "will Federal Government (FG) pay ex-Corps members minimum wage arrears". Before I answer this question let's first understand the meaning minimum wage. What is minimum wage? Minimum wage has been defined as the lowest salary that an employer is mandated by law to pay workers. Will ex-Corps members minimum wage arrears? Both ex-Corps members and serving Corps members will receive the new minimum wage arrears. However, those who will receive this arrears are those who were in service when minimum wage was signed into law. That means minimum wage arrears will be paid to those who were in active service between April and December, 2019. What date did Buhari sign N30,000 minimum wage bill into law? The National Assembly passed the minimum wage bill on March 19th 2019, and it was transmitted to President Buhari on April 2nd. On Thursday, April 18th, 2019, President Muhammadu Buhari signed the new minimum wage bill into law. How can minimum wage arrears be determined? The old minimum wage is N18,000 and the new minimum wage is N30,000. Therefore, N30,000 - N18,000 = N12,000. It has been 9 months since Buhari signed minimum wage into law. Therefore, the minimum wage arrears for those that have been employed since April to December is N12,000 x 9 = N108,000. Note: the consequential adjustment arrears include those that their salaries were reviewed upward because of the new minimum wage. In the comment section, tell us what you think about minimum wage arrears

The Federal Government (FG), through Covid-19 Presidential Task-Force (PTF) has asked the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC to start preparing for resumption of Orientation Camp activities. It hinted that Orientation Camp activities may resume after the completion of the newly approved eased lock-down, which lasts for another one month. This was made known during a […]