There are numerous Facebook pages and groups in the name of ‘NYSC’, and this has made it difficult to tell which is the official Facebook page of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). In this post, we will separate the sheep from the goats by showing you the NYSC official Facebook page and group. All you need to do is to read this post in between the lines till the end.
The National Youth Service (NYSC) is social, and they have proven it by maintaining an active Facebook account that you can follow for updates.
The NYSC Facebook page makes it very easy for Prospective Corps Members (PCMs), Corps members and ex-Corps members to interact with the management of the scheme.
If you’re on Facebook, ensure that you are following the National Youth Service Corps on Facebook and on their other social media platforms such as Twitter, Instagram and Telegram.
List of social platforms you will find NYSC
Aside the official social platforms of NYSC, there are also several other reliable platforms where you can get information.
However, there are other social platforms that fraudulent and were created to scam innocent Nigerians who want to serve their country. Therefore, it’s advisable to be mindful of social media platforms you are joining for updates.
If you ‘search’ the word “NYSC” on Facebook, you will see numerous pages and groups whereas only few are safe.
In order to be on the safe side, join our recommended NYSC pages below.
NYSC Facebook Page and group to belong
Below are the NYSC Facebook page that you should join;
- NYSC information (page)
NYSC Batch A,B&C (Group)
Other reliable social platforms to belong for latest NYSC updates are;
- NYSC WhatsApp group: to join this group, you need to download WhatsApp on your mobile device.
Telegram Channel: to join this channel, you need to download Telegram app on your mobile device.
Please, do not forget to regularly check the NYSC Official website for updates and valuable information.
If you have questions, kindly go to the comments section below.
Those who are in charge of national service deserve no arrears because they are not civil servants. Without the national service, no work for them. God is watching all of you both the DG of national service that receive arrears of minimum wage while working for national service and denied the national service workers their right of minimum wage. Is it not the same constitutional rights and the same Nigeria during Goodluck Jonathan that paid arrears to Corp members who are now called national service workers BY APC GOVERNMENT OF PMB.