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NYSC Mobilizes 6,000 Corps Members for Batch ‘B’ Orientation Scheme

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As a result of pandemic that made NYSC to suspend operation for the past months, NYSC has announced their resumption to work as they have mobilized 6,000 corps members across the country for the Batch ‘B’ orientation scheme.

Weetalknaija gathered that heavy preparation has been put in place to avoid any spread of the virus among the corps members although, no case has been recorded so far since the beginning of the spread in the country.

In an interview with the Director-General of NYSC, Brigadier General Shuaibu Ibrahim stated that they have planned to merge the Batch ‘A’ with this new Batch as a result of their inconclusive orientation around March caused by the spread of Corona Virus.

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He said that “we are prepared to deploy 6,000 corps members to participate for the 2020 Batch  ‘B’ exercise. We have gone round the country to ensure that the camps are also ready. We are going to merge those who suspended their orientation in March to also participate for the forthcoming national orientation exercise”.

He furthered stressed that the exercise is going to comply with the protocols of  the Presidential Task Force on the COVID-19 Pandemic and the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control in all the camps across the country.

Therefore, he urged all corps members participating in the orientation and issuance of certificates to adequately comply with the rules so as to curtail any transmission among them.

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In conclusion, he admonised all the state bodies responsible for development in the camps to ensure they increase all adequate facilities so as to serve the whole population of corps members.

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