The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has deployed 1,750 corps members to Gombe State for
the 2019 batch ‘C’ stream I orientation course.
The scheme’s Public Relations Officer within the state, Margaret Dakama, made this identified in an announcement on Wednesday in Gombe.
She said that documentation and registration of potential corps members for the three weeks orientation programme
would begin on Tuesday, Nov. 5 to midnight of Wednesday Nov. 6.
She famous that “potential corps members are due to this fact anticipated to report back to Amada non permanent orientation camp kilometre
21, Gombe-Bauchi freeway on time earlier than the registration portal closes.”
She additionally said that the administration of the scheme had noticed rising pattern of change within the NYSC uniform and improper dressing by corps members.
She added that “in view of that, potential corps members are suggested to not deface their uniform both by slim becoming, use of rubber bands
or chopping it to 3 quarter.
“Members should be able to be dressed correctly for all events and features, as leaders of tomorrow and position fashions to tens of millions of
youths within the nation.”
She solicited the help and cooperation of stakeholders for profitable and hitch-free orientation. (NAN)