NYSC deploys 1,000 prospective corps members to Kwara

By Ibrahim Sheriff

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), has deployed a total of 1, 000 prospective corps members to Kwara state for the 2022 Batch B, Stream One, orientation course.

This was contained in a statement made available newsmen today in ilorin by the NYSC Spokesman in Kwara, Dipo Morakinyo, who said the orientation course would commence tomorrow, at the NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Yikpata, in Edu Local Government Area of the state.

Morakinyo said the prospective corps members are expected to start arriving at the camp tomorrow, for registration, which would close Tuesday next week.

The State Coordinator, Mrs Francisca Olaleye, was quoted in the statement as expressing the readiness of the NYSC management to run a hitch-free orientation in the state.

Olaleye who stated that the orientation camp has been properly fumigated against reptiles, and adequately put in proper shape to host the course participants, added that security measures would also be put in place by the security agencies, in order to achieve a hitch-free orientation exercise.


Ibrahim Sheriff is the Editor of Fresh Insight and former Special Assistant on Media to the Speaker, Kwara state House of Assembly. Although a management science researcher by training, he has over five years experience of practice in Journalism, Public Relations and Communication Strategy. Sheriff holds a Masters Degree in Finance and Bachelors Degree in Banking and Finance from Kwara state University, Malete. He has Certificates in Digital Journalism, Enterprise Creation and Skill Acquisition (ECSA) and Basic Econometrics Data Analysis, as well as Bank of Industry (BoI) Certificate in Business Management. He is also a holder of Diploma in Cooperative Studies from Kwara state Polytechnic, Ilorin.

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