Information reaching Nyscinfo.com news desk indicates that the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) headcount of serving corps members will begin from Monday.
A headcount is an impromptu data collation exercise carried out nationwide by the National Youth Service Corps for record purpose or to detect ghost Corps members.
However, Nyscinfo gathered that the exercise will be carried in South West geopolitical zone in Nigeria starting from Monday 7th 2020.
The statement from a Local Government Inspector (LGI) reads;
“All Zonal Inspectors and Local Government Inspectors are hereby instructed to recall their corps members under their jurisdiction for a statewide headcount to commence on Monday 7th 2020 unfailingly… Inform them on your various platforms for them to start coming as from tomorrow…. The Directive is from DG via Director South West Area Office….all corps members are hereby advised to adhere strictly to this instruction”.
Corps members were also told to come for the headcount exercise along with their ID card.
Batch 2020 ‘A’ Stream 1
We have also got a WhatsApp message from the NYSC LGI Ihiala, Anambra State directing employers within his local government of jurisdiction to release 2020 Batch ‘A’ Corps members for preparation back to orientation camp.
The statement reads;
“As part of preparations for the opening of camps, all employers are directed to release the 2020 Batch A corps members back to camp to complete their oriented.
They should also make arrangements to transfer them to and from the camp.
Thank you and lovely weekend to you all.
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