School Resumption:All 2020 NYSC Aspirant Should Take Note Of This

Thought this notice is specific for both the serving ones and newly posted corps, it is also advising for those aspiring to be Corp members this year 2020 to also take note of what I will be telling you below for future purposes.

It’s quite known that due to covid-19, students were unable to be posted newly as a Corp member and they are waiting patiently for their clearance if schools resumes as the federal government is planning to. Thought Minister of State for education Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba revealed that the exact date for school resumption had been fixed by Nigerian government.

I will be glad to be telling you that the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), has recently announced the suspension of group biometric clearance for all Corp members.

This was made some days ago when the Director-General of the scheme stopped the weekly community development service Infinitely, and was signed by the Director of press and Public Relations, Mrs. Adenike Adeyemi noting that biometrics clearance has been suspended because of the deadly covid-19 disease.

Ibrahim brought out the truth saying that NYSC are considering if corps will be doing their monthly clearance at their local government offices without forming clusters as he added that the safety of corps members is a priority to them.

In regards to what was said earlier, All serving corps are urged to stick to this information till further notice.

Please this is a very important information be careful because it will benefit both the serving and aspiring corps.

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