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NYSC tightens Security on Orientation Camps Nationwide

Following attack on NYSC formation by Covid19 palliative seekers, the National Youths Service Corps (NYSC) has directed its State Coordinators nationwide to liaise with security agencies in their respective states to beef up security presence to prevent potential attacks on its camps by hoodlums searching for hidden COVID-19 palliatives.

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The Katsina state coordinator of NYSC, Alhaji Yahaya Ahidjo disclosed that measures have become necessary in view of the growing attacks on NYSC orientation camps already recorded in FCT, Cross River, and Adamawa states.

He said:

“Yes it’s a directive from our headquarters, asking state coordinators to liaise with security agencies in the state in order to beef up security in their orientation camps.

“As you can see we have already deployed the Police, Army, and other security agencies to our orientation camps in case of any eventuality or attack on us.

“The hoodlums appear to be targeting COVID-19 isolation centers and possibly warehouse locations for palliatives.”

Meanwhile, Nyscinfo reporter gathered that many soldiers and police have been deployed to guard the NYSC orientation camps in Katsina and other states.

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However, NYSC has stepped up preparations for its reopening for 2020 Batch B Stream IA orientation activities by November 10.

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  1. Wise

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    Those that have printed their medical certificate, about 7 months back, is it true it can’t b used again In camp??

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