NYSC Set To Resume Orientation In Borno 13 Years After Over Boko Haram Insurgency


The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) says it intends to continue the direction program for new corps individuals in Borno, 13 years after it was suspended because of the Boko Haram revolt.

The News Organization of Nigeria (NAN) reports that corps individuals sent to the state were made to notice their direction in Katsina State for a long time because of the uprising.

The state Chief of Police, Mr Lawal Yusufu told newsmen at the specially appointed direction camp situated in the Arabic Educators School, Maiduguri on Monday that the following direction would hold in the state.

Yusufu, who talked subsequent to evaluating the offices at the camp said that security organizations would work in show to give security to the approaching NYSC individuals at passage, exit and other key spots in the camp.

The chief was went with on the visit by government authorities including the Secretary to the State Government, Alhaji Bukar Tijjani, the State NYSC Facilitator, Mr Mohammed Adamu, and the state Executive NYSC Administering Board, Alhaji Mohammed Badiya.

The direction program for the new NYSC individuals was supposed to begin on Aug. 18.

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