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No Arrears for Corps members, they are not Civil Servants – NYSC DG

The NYSC DG has said there would be no arrears for Corps Members, because they are not Civil Servants but on National Service.

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Director-General of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has said the budget allocated for the scheme by the Federal Government made it impossible to pay minimum wage arrears to Corps members.

No Arrears for Corps members

However, Brig. General Shuaibu, commended the Federal Government on the recent increase of Corps Members’ allowance.

NYSC allowance was captured in the 2020 budget of the Scheme, payable with effect from January this year, which therefore precludes the payment of arrears.

“Corps Members are NOT Civil Servants, they are on National Service and the commencement date for the payment of the increment of their allowance is January 2020 which the Federal Government has started“, he concluded.

However, the DG warned Prospective Corps Members with fake credentials to stay off its Orientation Camps across the country.

He added that anyone caught, especially graduates from the universities in West African sub-region with the intent to undermine the integrity of its mobilisation process with fake certificates would be arrested and prosecuted.

The Director-General, Brigadier General Shuaibu Ibrahim gave this warning in his office in Abuja.

He said that the NYSC Scheme had put necessary mechanism in place to curb the enrolment of fake graduates for the Orientation course, and would continue working diligently in that direction.

The DG noted that the Scheme had made tremendous achievements in the fight against unqualified graduates who try to infiltrate the Scheme.

Ibrahim added that during the 2019 Batch ‘C’ online registration, over twenty thousand foreign – trained Nigerians uploaded their results online, however, during the physical verification exercise, just 3,420 showed up. This out come is because they have been forewarned that anyone caught with fake certificate would be prosecuted.

If you have reasons that you think Corps members should be paid minimum wage arrears, use the comment section below.

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  1. Ekerete emy ifon

    April 29, 2020 at 10:27 pm

    How do you want us to look at this president buhari government that said he is fighting corruption when we are been rob of our arears brought day light if am to be ask whether this buhari government is good or bad government i will say that it is bad government because am still thinking and comparing this president buhari government to former president good luck johnatan government why did president good luck johnatan pay arears during is government and you want me to believe you are fighting corruption plesae pay us our arears i dont whether you people dont have shame we work for it it is our right we work for it under the sun and rain our sweat and suffering want to be embezzelling buy president buhari and nysc director general shuaibu ibrahim just like that beg us to dash you the money and we will dash you and not stealing but tricks corrupt leaders as you do to us so shall it be done to you in one way or another God is watching

  2. Rose

    April 27, 2020 at 1:12 pm

    As long as we work for the federal government we civil servant and we need our arrears

  3. Aliyu

    April 26, 2020 at 12:39 pm

    DG u should stand for us as a leader to fight for our minimum wage arrears, this will not reduce u anything rather to increase your reputation, help us

  4. Ola

    March 25, 2020 at 6:05 am

    I just wish some of these comments get to FG…. and not end here.
    Let them know our heart cry… we can’t continue to work like elephant and be financially maltreated. When there’s no motivation, workers don’t work effectively

  5. Ola

    March 25, 2020 at 5:58 am

    In everything you are doing, there is God o.
    We are supposed to be assistants to the school teachers but we end up being the real teachers teaching in rural areas with a lot of challenges like no electricity, no good water, even the road is mouldy just because we put to heart that we must make Nigeria proud of us. All the allowances we get are constantly expended on what the state is supposed to provide. Coping in other states other than yours isn’t that easy with the little money we were initially being paid, even now that is 33000ngn, is still not enough. When FG knows it won’t pay arrears, why are we not paid immediately the bill was passed to law? No savings, it’s not as if there is any job waiting for youths out there after serving the nation, how do do you want youths to cope after service??? There is no how theft will cease in the nation now.
    Or better still, let all corp members serve in their respective states, after all, they are used to the states and they live with family members that will feed them free and give them shelters…. through this we will have savings to cope after service

  6. OGE

    March 24, 2020 at 8:00 am

    History must form the basis of every action of the State . Jonathan paid areas to corpers during his own tenure, why will Buhari’s regime fail to pay us?. Please, pay us our money , it is our right or else God is there to pay you people and your family with what is shaking the whole world presently!.

  7. Ephraim Levi

    March 2, 2020 at 10:52 pm

    Now I know the reason why nysc organized a Nation wide rally on fight against corruption, was to brainwashed the general public that the sector is corrupt-free organization so that they can hide under the canopy of just and righteous organization to perpetuate evil and injustice to their children. I really pity the father who cheats on his children coz the fate of such father is doomed from the start. If FG and NYSC want to be coursed and never see peace, is to withhold the arears but if they want blessings and progress they should settle arears issue with Corp members.
    The share which the first born received, the same the last born can receive. Civil servants and Corp members are first born and last born and a good father consider his last born than the first born because he’s still growing. Mark my point.

  8. Experience

    February 26, 2020 at 10:54 am

    To the source… Where is the future of Nigeria youth in their own country when they been denied of their benefit from the country.
    We render selfless service to our country yet dey said we are not civil servant,
    Under the son and the rain we called Nigeria our one but yet we are being discriminated,
    We had of corp members who lost their lives on their coming from CDS, going to their PPA, Going back to their state of deployment after a short break and others… Even cases of kidnapping yet they said we are not entitled to arrears because we are not civil servant.
    When a corp member died the family will be compensated and now those that are alive they denying them of their benefit is this not medicine after death?…
    Please sir (DG) I think this case should be given proper attention though we are not civil servants but we are still servants we render services that every other civil servant render in the cause of this one… Sir we can’t be denied of this, this is not the first minimum wage increment that has been made… Every other corp member has benefited from the previous ones why is this case different…

  9. Kaddyb

    February 26, 2020 at 4:08 am

    This is not the first time that the minimum wage was increased and arrears were paid (to both corps members and civil servants).Why is it different now? I served in one secondary school in a rural area (2018/2019) I was only entitled to my federal allowance alone, nothing from the state nor my ppa. Yet my colleagues and I put in our best with the hope that we will reap this when the government started paying minimum wage. You don’t know how it feels when your colleagues are earning more than you. Especially when u are supposed to be entitled to it but your right was denied. The federal government should please reconsider. Even though nobody is ready to support us, but we are pleading to be considered.

    • janny

      March 23, 2020 at 4:32 pm

      corruption wont let me reason well……..rubbish country even the DG is senceless for not standing for us,,,how i wish the former state cordinator of osun state mr Attah was the DG

  10. Ishola Temitayo

    February 25, 2020 at 10:40 pm

    I wish to use this medium to draw the attention of the Federal government toward the issue of payment of arrears. The bill which established the new minimum wage was signed into law since April 2019 which means payment should commence from when the bill was signed into law. It is worthy of note that all Federal workers have obtained payment in arrears whereas, Corps members are totally left behind.

    Recall that under the administration of former President Jonathan the minimum wage was reviewed as Corps members who left the service even before full implementation were all paid in arrears.
    Today we wish to know why the Federal Government kept mute over payment of Corps Members.

    Corps members nationwide being future leaders and able youths of our great Nation deserve to know why we were left out in this issue of arrears.
    Does FG feel that paying us arrears is a waste of money? Does FG realise that paying Corps members in arrears means investing in us?

    **Resolution**

    1) All serving corps members have decided to ask questions and to know exactly why FG excluded us from getting Minimum wage arrears.

    2) We shall engage all relevant stakeholders to assist us in this quest.

    3) We shall remain loyal to the authority as we seek justice.

    4) We shall mobilise nation wide to ensure we obtain the desired result.

    5) We shall raise an online petition which will be circulated Nationwide for collection of signatures in support of our quest.

    6) We shall continue to seek what is due for us till we achieve the desired result in the spirit of ALUTA.

    BELOW ARE THE EXPECTED ARREARS IN DETAILS:

    Following the announcement of the newly approved wage of 33,000 naira for corp members by the Director General of the National youth service Corp – Brigadier General Shuaibu Ibrahim, corp members expect as follows:

    1) Corp members in 2019 Batch A will earn as much as 118,800 in areas covering the period between April and December of 2019.

    2) Their colleagues in 2019 Batch B stream 1 will earn an estimated amount of 105,200 within the period of June and December while those in Batch B stream 2 will look forward to receiving the sum of 66,000.

    3) Also, members in 2018 Batch B streams 1 and 2, and Batch C streams 1 and 2 are expected to earn 26,400, 39,600 and 79,200, 92,400 respectively.

    Finally, I call on the relevant (NYSC) authority to assists us to achieve this aim for the greater benefit of our country at large.

  11. Shofela Olakunle

    February 25, 2020 at 7:03 pm

    I will never restrain myself to say this, as the DG of NYSC you should be ashamed of yourself to have come to the public to make this announcement,I don’t know what this country is turning to,where public officers don’t know the meaning and value of integrity and implication of signing a document of agreement under law. If the president is not educated to know the implications, I guess the DG should know unless if he is a complete idiot. You probably think I’m insulting the president and the DG, well that is the beginning of a failed country when the constitution is not respected by the government of the day and public officers think they have the right words to defend injustice perpetrated by hoodlums in government. This is just the beginning for more is still coming. The government owe me arrears and don’t want to pay when there is nothing tangible the government is doing with the revenue generated by this country in the past five years of it’s rule. Northerners are the problems of this country,uneducated and uncivilised that sabotage the efforts of other regions in the country.

  12. Ekikere

    February 25, 2020 at 2:38 pm

    Without prejudice to the stand of NYSC on the anticipated arrears by ex-corp members.
    I wish to state emphatically that payment of arrears to ex-corp members who were in active service during the period of implementation of the new minimum wage as at 18 April,2019 are legally entitled for their arrears as it is their right and not a privilege.
    Previous Government paid ex-corp members arrears without any agitation so this Government should toe the same direction of magnanimity.

  13. Yusuf Adamu Fari

    February 25, 2020 at 2:28 pm

    It is unfair to say this sir. The increment had been implememted since April, 2019, but u guys delied the pay so that u would deny our rights as citizens. We are all graduates and we have professionals in all disciplines. Therefore, i think we are at the better position to differentiate between a servant and who is not.

    The arreaers should be paid as far as the government of nigeria is partriotic and compatriotic. How many people do you think will pray for Nigeria as a result of the actualization of this arrears we so much about?

    The money is there under your costody. Thus,conveince the federal government to pay us as you conveinced them to make the increment.

    It will be very regretful for you to deny our arrears under your tenue. It will a great chellenge to yiu hendsforth. Kazaure could have done that, he could have paid us already. Yet we have good confidence on you. Our arrears should of course be paid. It will a pride for our government to pay its teeming youths their arrears. Must of us will use the money to invest.

  14. Awwal Yusuf

    February 25, 2020 at 2:22 pm

    WHY ARREARS SHOULD BE PAID

    The President Muhammadu Buhari led administration which came to power on the heels of fighting corruption must not sweep the idea of paying Corp members their arrears under the carpet. This is especially so when one considers the fact that he was voted into power on the grounds that he will fight Corruption to a standstill.

    Any attempt not to pay Corp members their arrears would hugely dent his war on corruption and ridiculed his acclaimed “Integrity”. Worst still, it will be a gigantic disservice to the great youths of this country (Nigeria) who had “under the rain and in the sun with dedication and selflessness” give in their all for the progressive and development of this Country.

    The idea of saying Corp members are not “civil servants” or on a “National service” and as such not entitled to the arrears does not hold water and cannot stand critical analysis.

    Reflect on the following:

    Recall that in 2011 under the leadership of Dr. Good luck Ebele Jonathan when there was an increment of Corp members monthly allowance from N9,775 to N19,800. Brig. General Maharazu Tsiga made the announcement of the increment from N9,775 to N19,800 and arrears were paid to those who were in active service and to those who had passed out.

    Kindly inquire from those who served from 2010,2011 and 2012 or simply Google Search to clear your doubt and set the record straight.This had been the laid down procedure and acceptable tradition.Nonetheless, one wonder why there will be a paradigm shift now? Or why Corp members should not be paid arrears?

    If the Federal government under Dr. Good luck Jonathan should pay arrears I see no reason why this government should not pay. If GEJ should pay arrears I see no better explanation why we shouldn’t be paid on the grounds that we are not civil servants. Those Corp members who were paid during GEJ administration why were they not denied on the grounds that they were not civil servants or on a national service? why now? Or is there something that we need to be told?

    Even the the NYSC Boss Brig. Gen.Shauibu Ibrahim in an interview with Daily trust was quoted as saying: “Wherever I go, the Corps members keep asking, This 19k (19,000), when will it go? But I keep explaining to them that it is tied to the minimum wage and a little fraction on the minimum wage”

    He went further to say: “I can assure you if you scrap NYSC, there is nothing to replace it. Mr. President recently said the NYSC, the military and the police remain the only institutions that unite the country”

    However, the military, police and other parastatals have been paid their arrears as directed by the Minister of finance Mrs. Zainab Shamsuna Ahmed.
    More so, even the President openly admits that we (NYSC) are an institution just like the military and police that aid in uniting the country. Funny enough, we are now told that we are not “civil servants”. Even the NYSC DG knows that the new minimum wage comes with arrears as seen above. In view of the foregoing, common knowledge demands that the minimum wage bill which was signed into law April of 2019 and which only took effect on the part of the NYSC on January of 2020,there is no gainsaying that arrears ought to be paid.

    On 10 of February 2020, Minister of labour and employment, Mr. Chris Ngige, was quoted as saying :”Nigerian youths should invest their time in creating jobs rather than depending on the government for jobs.” indirectly he was saying we (FG) have no jobs for the youths. The federal government ought to know that the payment of the arrears will go a long way in the lives of the youths and will be used as a start up capital which will aid in embarking on a Small scale business by the youths rather than depending on the government for jobs.

    We wholeheartedly appluad the Federal government over the increment of Corp members monthly allowance from N19,800 to N33,000. However we urge the Federal government to look into the issue of the payment of arrears.

    All we are after is justice. I call on all those who are for and against the payment of the arrears to reflect on the moving and powerful words of Martin Luther King Jr which says: “Injustice anywhere is a threat to juatice everywhere”

    God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria
    God bless All Nigeria Youths.
    COMR. Matthew Zakka

  15. Yusufu Joshua

    February 25, 2020 at 1:26 pm

    I swear. Like me, I’m handling five class.

  16. Olujide Temitayo Esther

    February 25, 2020 at 9:43 am

    In yet to understand why ex corpers should not be paid their arrears,corpses who are in the service when the increment was implemented and enacted so I don’t see reason they should not be paid..that is corruption and you so call leader are fighting against corruption.

  17. blessing

    February 24, 2020 at 9:58 pm

    But we were given much jobs here and permanent teachers will cross their legs and talk all day, u will see a corp member teaching like 4 classes,a corp member teaches English, maths, biology and so on , that’s not fair at all

  18. Simirocks

    February 24, 2020 at 8:10 pm

    It has been a trend in the history of human race and any government to pay arrears to her workers when neccassary. It happens in Nigeria during the time of umalu miss Ya-adua. If the federal government refuse to pay corp members arrears, them the federal government is practicing the very corruption it claim to be fighting

    • Ashir A Danmallan

      February 25, 2020 at 8:40 am

      Bro am very sad wit d way u write d name of ur frmer head of state now how to respect, bhave like a graduate not other way

  19. Chinenye joseph

    February 24, 2020 at 5:41 pm

    Am yet to understand why corps members are not to be paid arrears. Sir you said because they are not civil servants… please we should first all of understand the meaning of a civil servant….A civil servant or public servant is a person so employed in the public sector employed for a government department or agency. With these understanding I believe corpers work for the government and I see no reason why they should not be paid there arrears.
    If military personnel should be paid arrears every corps member is also entitled to be paid
    Say no to injustice

  20. Aminu Ibrahim

    February 24, 2020 at 4:34 pm

    Of course corp. members are not civil servant, it’s true that their increments is captured in the 2020 budget we agreed. But the civil servant started receiving their own on December, and some federal agency were given arrears of that too is not captured in the 2019 budget because the bill was signed by the President on the 18th April 20119. So corp. and ex-corp should be paid

  21. Bennett Goodluck I

    February 24, 2020 at 2:13 pm

    Since we work for the federal government and receive salary in form of allowance,in the minimum wage bill was signed into law last April.Corps members are supposed to be the minimum wage from last April.Our allowance is increased but no arrears does it really make sense .Are we not in the salary scale or is it because we didn’t have a body to fight for us ? .what is good for the goose is also good for the gander.

  22. Aladinrin Francis babatunde

    February 24, 2020 at 11:33 am

    I don’t see any reason whatsoever why government will deny the corpers of their arrears most especially those who are in service when the minimum wages was implemented and been enacted by the President,either you are a civil servants or in youth service, service is service we are all serving our country Nigeria and we r all entitled to it benefits,we are suffering together in this nation, no graduate have been offered a job, and the preaching in this nation Nigeria is that everybody should be independent. go into business,be an entrepreneur, go into farming, we all are forcefully agreed but where is the capital to help our efforts.if this arrears is paid I personally, I’m not anxious to employed by the government but be an employer of labour, during my service year 2018 batch A. I tried to borrow loan from Bank of industry the one attached to the Nysc corps but to no avail. Now that we expecting our arrears to be paid. Our leader who was initially fighting for us turned out to be an obstacle….. Pay this little arrears so to make zero dependent on government job…. I am Aladinrin Francis babatunde.

  23. Steve

    February 24, 2020 at 10:46 am

    If Nigeria leaders have the youth at heart, then it would been their way of empowering corp member to get fund to start up business or something after serving their fathers land…

  24. Silvia

    February 24, 2020 at 8:53 am

    Well, DG please i beg of you arrears should be paid to corpers,,, we corpers are parliamilitary,in as much as we are entitled to the arrears, Daddy His Excellency Muhammadu Buhari i know you are a kind and honest man, please listen to your children we beg of you Sir.

  25. Akatein

    February 24, 2020 at 8:21 am

    Truth is, if corps Members are not included in the arrears, why pay them minimum wages? You people would have probably skipped them from the minimum wage since they’re not affected. This is a foolish reasoning.

  26. Fear God

    February 24, 2020 at 6:48 am

    This is high level of corruption,
    Nigerians always get robbed and no one to atone for them, this money was paid and one person is sitting on it, soon their children will be spending it lavishly, the DG and some top officials knows what I’m talking about

  27. Swizzy

    February 24, 2020 at 5:20 am

    It is very wrong for Nysc not to pay corps members arrears, yes we agree to the fact that we are serving our father’s Land,then if the military and other forces in Nigeria should receive arrears then corps members should receive arrears too because we are all serving our country,by the way Nysc is paramilitary. So please pay corps members their arrears.

  28. Velli

    February 23, 2020 at 11:17 pm

    If civil servants should be given arrears because the are working for government, then who are the corp members working for? Is it not the same government? Well, if the don’t want to pay the arrears the should just tell the corp members that a lizard or an elephant swallow the money, because it’s a normal thing in this country. But not that the are not civil servants.

  29. Abdullahi salihu

    February 23, 2020 at 11:16 pm

    I just think the older generation in power or places of authority are just being too selfish to us the youths, so since we don’t have any organised union to fight for our right, we are then bound to this injustice. But I don’t blame them, i blame the so-called nysc body who are practically failing in their duties has a liaison with the government and corpers. Well since it has nothing to do with their salaries who cares? But I just want to urge Nigeria to at least do things with a little consistency such that the world do not laugh at us…✌

  30. Motunrayo

    February 23, 2020 at 10:51 pm

    During d goodluck regime d minimum wages also increased den they payed d same arrears to the corpers at service why ur own administration changed u r nt fighting corruption DG find solution to it

  31. Muhammad

    February 23, 2020 at 10:21 pm

    Constutionaly, the fedaral government, must pay corp members their arrears, why because the budget start raising seen 2019. Under the implimantation of president good lock. And also we are still on services at the period

    • Ayuba Ahmed Mohammed

      February 24, 2020 at 12:05 am

      The corps members are entitled to pay arrears since it was happening in Dr good luck administration when the minimum wages implimented the arrears been paid to corps members.

  32. Gadi Isaac Lazing

    February 23, 2020 at 10:15 pm

    I can’t see reason why corps members should not be paid arrears. President Johnathan lead administration paid arrears when minimum wage was increased, besides, this will be a little form of empowerment to corps members that are entitled fo the arrears. If this is paid, I’m sure, the benefactors will be established with zero dependency on government job.

    I was to register for NYSC since 2018 but I deliberately refused just to wait for implementation of minimum wage, that made me not to even follow 2019 batch A. Now u are telling me that I have tied or delayed my destiny?

    Please DG, act like a learned person, know your rights and stand for Nigerian youths entrusted in your hand.

  33. Kay

    February 23, 2020 at 10:15 pm

    It’s not possible to compared Jonathan Administration with Buhari is like comparing Necessity with Luxurious ends will justify the means

  34. ThankGod Paul

    February 23, 2020 at 9:55 pm

    Please no body should eat our money because i know president Mohammadu is a good man, he will release it according to costitution.

  35. Enyecha Gabriel

    February 23, 2020 at 9:34 pm

    God is watching the leaders of this country for corruption n evildoers,they must pay that money because Good luck paid corps members arrears during his tenure so why this regime is different?

  36. Hassan saadu Hassan

    February 23, 2020 at 9:27 pm

    Mr President creating inequality is also corruption, some are finishing service while some are starting how to Ballance is by paying arreas, we are not civil servant yes but one day we are or what do you think if a Corp member one day become a president and refused to pay salary like yahaya Bello, please buhari your are man of integrity please pay us we are begging please, I have a Debt of eighty thousand, I want to use arreas and pay thanks Mr President

  37. Gabriel Ayodele

    February 23, 2020 at 9:18 pm

    Please sir, as earlier said by my fellow Corp member, as promised by the federal government, please let’s our arrears be paid because it is another source of erradicating poverty among the Nigeria youth and creating room for another ways establishing ourselves life after service.

  38. Ajala Ridwan

    February 23, 2020 at 8:58 pm

    That means the allowance shouldn’t have been increased in The first place,The previous adminstration paid the arrears of corp members when minimum wage was increased while will this adminstration fail do same thing.its seems D.G doesn’t have insight knowledge of his office or his been influce….

  39. Akinola

    February 23, 2020 at 8:51 pm

    It is constitutional to pay corps member arrears. Jonathan lead administration paid it. Why will Buhari adminisration refused to pay

  40. Ukotamos Awajiyei Golden

    February 23, 2020 at 8:43 pm

    Pls corps member should be paid their arears after all it was implimented when they were in camp so why won’t they be given their arears….doing the right thing is better than doing the wrong thing…tnks

  41. عبد الله ابوبكر

    February 23, 2020 at 7:56 pm

    Its highly critical…

  42. Olaide

    February 23, 2020 at 7:52 pm

    The passing into law of the minimum wage happened 2019, if the Nigeria law has a solid ground, the implementation should not have take this long, because it was promised to different people and enjoyed by different people.

  43. Jadesola

    February 23, 2020 at 7:51 pm

    The federal government has stated that they will pay Yh areas allocated to corp members, i believe they should endevour to follow through with their promise.

  44. Mbalisi John Ifeanyi

    February 23, 2020 at 7:44 pm

    Please and please are corp member not serving the interest of the nation, are they not the responsibility of the federal government, previous adminstration paid corp members areas including the civil servants of this great country. In addition corp members in their place of primary assignment are considered as staff’s, they report to work and close the same time as staff’s and what most of them are been paid is less than 10,000 Naira plus the previous 19 800 Naira without accommodation, Haba let say something areas most be paid please.

  45. Abdul Yunusa

    February 23, 2020 at 7:17 pm

    Hmmmm, its unfortunate that this administration lack integrity but claimed to be, how can u denied those that serve their father’s land without a job now their entitlement, during the previous administration led by Goodluck Jonathan, corps members was paid. May God help this nation. What a lawless country,

  46. Ukpono humble

    February 23, 2020 at 7:16 pm

    Nigeria is one country without law keeping. The pass Administration of this same country paid arrears, but the present Administration decided not to pay……what a confuse set of leaders in Nigeria.
    Don’t be surprise that another DG will come an pay next set of corp members if there’s increase is made.
    I can’t imagine DG saying this after what graduates are passing through in this country….some even die during this service year…………
    Some one like me, I lost all my property during Election and NYSC TARABA state promise to help me out but till I finish my national Assignment nothing was done..I came back empty just for serving my country…..

  47. Ukpono humble

    February 23, 2020 at 7:11 pm

    During general election 2019….I was serving in Taraba state and they compelled me to go for election, the state co-ordinator promise all corpers that there will be security in our lodges when we vacate for the election process.
    I left our lodge and I came back to see my room emptied. I report the case to NYSC TARABA STATE and they promise to help…I lost all my property Worth over Two hundred and sixteen thousand naira….
    But they refuse to help me at last.
    I came back empty……No work, nothing to show forty.
    While can’t they pay this Arrears for goodness sake. Pls

  48. Mrs David

    February 23, 2020 at 7:08 pm

    As many of you denying us from receiving our arrears, you all could vividly remembered that during good luck Jonathan’s administration, arrears was paid. Weather civil servant, National Service,we all are entitled to receive that which belongs to us. Please Do not deny is from our rights.

  49. Ukpono humble

    February 23, 2020 at 6:59 pm

    Nigeria is one country without law keeping. The pass Administration of this same country paid arrears, but the present Administration decided not to pay……what a confuse set of leaders in Nigeria.
    Don’t be surprise that another DG will come an pay next set of corp members if there’s increase is made.
    I can’t imagine DG saying this after what graduates are passing through in this country….some even die during this service year…………
    Some one like I lost all my property during Election and NYSC TARABA state promise to help me out but till I finish my national Assignment nothing was done..I came back empty just for serving my country…..

  50. Aliyu

    February 23, 2020 at 6:52 pm

    I’m a serving corp membe,I was remobilization to plateau state they said I’m not entitled to new allowance. They say I will be only pay 19800 because I was on remob.

  51. Nyakno G

    February 23, 2020 at 6:49 pm

    I know the DG is the voice of Corp members and he will do his possible best to speak in a balance proportion.
    From inception Corp members are always included in arrears budget but my doubt is why this administration
    that corruption is reduced to minimal be different, without contradiction, l believe they is need for reconsideration. Thank you

  52. Tahir Adamu

    February 23, 2020 at 6:37 pm

    If corps members were include for the minimum wage I see no reason for not paying them their arrears. So pls Mr president I beg and I beg pls pay them their arrears, we know u do and are still doing ur best for the great citizens of this great nation Nigeria.

  53. Rally

    February 23, 2020 at 6:30 pm

    The money is already given they don’t just want to pay….

  54. Usman Edo Bala

    February 23, 2020 at 5:19 pm

    But previous administration of Good Luck Jonathan paid!

  55. Muktar Adamu Muhammad

    February 23, 2020 at 4:57 pm

    Am graduate from University of Maiduguri

  56. Ahmed salihu

    February 23, 2020 at 4:56 pm

    During Dr good luck ebele he paid the prospective corp members areas why this Muhammad buari they say that won’t pay the corp members areas.

  57. Paul Margaret

    February 23, 2020 at 4:02 pm

    Since we have been included in the minimum wage,it automatically gave us the entitlement to our arrears, i can remember the last time federal government increase the minimum wage Corp member we paid arrears, so I see no reason why this administration will denies us of our entitlement.

  58. Adagashi Yohanna

    February 23, 2020 at 3:58 pm

    God Is watching the leadership of this present administration, is that how former president Goodluck Johnathan rule this country? Are the been if he rule this country like that could you people be there? Corruption of the highest order is found in this current administration and you people say you are fighting corruption, can you imagine you are already corrupt and you say you are fighting corruption, who is fooling who? If president muhammadu Buhari lead administration is trully fighting corruption then he should kindly respect his integrity and pay corps member their entitlement(arrears) because if he do not pay he is fantastically corrupt.

    • Mr. Raf

      February 23, 2020 at 9:44 pm

      It’s now they are differentiating Civil servants and national service, kiaaaaaaa God.
      Jonathan started paying 19800 and still paid the said arrears without differentiating Civil servant from National Service.
      No matter what, they deserved to be paid their arrears, do you have ideas who this guys go through in their respective Place of Primary Assignment? They work in any offices even more than the said Civil Servants, they are being used like slave and yet all FG could say is that they don’t deserve to get the arrears?

      I quote, whoever is been affected by this minimum wage shall be paid the arrears from the date of it’s been approved.
      So, what’s now stoping tbe Corp Members from getting theirs.

  59. Graham

    February 23, 2020 at 3:48 pm

    But during the past govt, wen NYSC allowance was increased from #9800 to #19800 all d arrears we’re being paid by d then govt. Y will dis govt now b different, is it not d same Nigeria?

  60. Adewunmi

    February 23, 2020 at 3:45 pm

    Looking at it from increment during President Jonathan’s regime, there was no excuse as that Corp members are not civil servants or are on national service. From the date the increment was signed all Corp members that passed out were paid their arrears appropriately. I see no reason why the government of now will not want to pay Corp members the arrears from April,2019 till December 2019. It’s unfair on corp members

  61. Grace Bala Shonbang

    February 23, 2020 at 3:43 pm

    Dear DG Sir,please help us & pay us the arrears, we need it badly as it will help us to start something for ourselves, as you know that not all of us will get a government job after this NYSC Sir. But with the arrears,we can start a small business that will be beneficial to us in other not for us to engage in some ungodly thing’s because of lack of Job Sir.
    Thank You in anticipation Sir.

  62. Chinaza

    February 23, 2020 at 3:26 pm

    I remember vividly under Goodluck Jonathan tenure arrears was paid to Corp members then.
    So why now?

  63. Gift

    February 23, 2020 at 2:59 pm

    Will there be batch A stream 11

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