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.
Relocated Corps members are to report along with the following items;
- Relocation letter – See how to print NYSC relocation letter online or check relocation status.
- Photo copies of their credentials
- Passport photographs
- Face mask and hand sanitizers
A copy of the Message calling Relocated Corps members For Documentation
Below is a copy of email Akwa Ibom relocated Corps member received, it might be different for other states;
DOCUMENTATION OF 2020 BATCH ‘A’ RELOCATED-IN CORPS MEMBERS
Please, be informed that you are expected to report on Tuesday 18th August, 2020 for your documentation at NYSC Secretariat, Federal Secretariat Complex Abax Road, Uyo, Akwa bom State wth the following:
- Relocation letter
- Photocopies of your credentials and
- 4 passport photographs
Note that in compliance with COVID-19 protocols, you are to come with your facemask, hand sanitizer and biro. Please ensure you adhere STRICTLY to the date allotted to you above.
WARNING! Those who haven’t gotten this message should be patients and avoid showing up as the process is done by batches.
If you wish to relocate, kindly apply for NYSC relocation. Remember that application is free, and you can only be granted relocation on the following conditions:
- Marital ground
- Security ground, and
- Health ground.
Furthermore, Prospective Corps Members (PCMs) have called on the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) management to resume Orientation Camp activities.
Some of them, who spoke with Sahara Reporters, asked the NYSC management to post them directly to Place of Primary Assignment (PPA) currently opened, without passing through orientation camp programme as recommended by Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo.
One Corps member, said as follows;
We registered to commence service before the lock down. We were unable to go for camping because the Stream one was already filled. We were told to wait for the Stream two. Unfortunately, the lock down due to Covid-19 started while Stream one camping was ongoing. It was suspended, and the camps were closed.
We are getting old and our time is wasting, in the sense that, going this way, we will be forced to do the same service for one year after all these is over. The lock down has brought hardships on us and our parents too. At a time we should package our profiles and apply for jobs to ease the hardship, we are being held back because we are yet to serve.
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