Nigeria News App

Join NN App My Account
Stats: 582 members, 3,494 topics. Date:   Mon, 15 2019 at 03:07 pm
For more please contact us @ [email protected]

Nigerian News

FrontPage Forum Must Read Latest Posts Breaking News Entertainment Politics Business Economy Sports Romance General Hausa News
Trending :
Join NN App Earn by reading news Sign in My earnings Invite friends Income record How it works FAQ Testimonial Income support Today offer

NYSC: Seven corps members face disciplinary measures in Nasarawa

By - - [General ]


Seven corps members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Nasarawa State are to face disciplinary measures for committing various offences during their service year.

Mrs Zainab Isah, NYSC Coordinator in the state, who made this known Thursday in Lafia, during the Passing out Parade (POP) for the 2017 Batch “B” Stream II corps members, said the affected corps members would face punishment after final ratification by the Nasarawa State NYSC Governing Board.

She said that some of them faced the possibility of having their service year extended by various periods for contravening the NYSC bye-laws.

“Some corps members erred during the service year. We have seven corps members that have disciplinary cases.

“Some of them missed the monthly allowances because they embarked on unauthorised journeys and others left their places of primary assignment without permission among other offences.

“For those who absconded, the allowances they missed are what would be used to pay them as they served their punishment and the period of the extension depended on the gravity of the misconduct,’’ she explained.

The NYSC state coordinator said the decision to punish the erring corps members was based on the recommendation of the state NYSC Disciplinary Committee.

She added that it, however, had to be ratified by the NYSC governing board.

“We have a committee on corps discipline, comprising all Assistant Directors and all heads of branches in the secretariat.

“This body looks into the cases and invites the corps members concerned to defend themselves.

“At the end, a decision is taken strictly in accordance with our laws but the decision takes effect after the NYSC governing board has ratified it,’’ Isah added.

The coordinator advised the 524 corps members comprising 340 males and 184 females, who were passing out, to take advantage of the skills they acquired during their service year for self-employment.

She urged them to take advantage of the training to support themselves pending when a government job would come.

Isah thanked the state government for supporting NYSC and pleaded that corps members, who performed exceptionally and made significant impact in their primary assignments, should be absorbed in the state’s civil service.

She said that only three of the corps members that were passing out would be given awards for their exemplary service during the year.

The NYSC coordinator added that this would also need ratification from the NYSC governing board in the state.

http://dailypost.ng/2018/12/14/nysc-seven-corps-members-face-disciplinary-measures-nasarawa/


Like .

Others are reading


22 Comments Nigeria News
Olite1996• 7 months ago
see trouble ooo
Reply
iammicharles• 7 months ago
Hmm
Reply
Oluwatobiloba• 7 months ago
Okay
Reply
Raymond• 7 months ago
Ok
Reply
Raymond• 7 months ago
Ok
Reply
yetty031009• 7 months ago
Ok
Reply
olakunle031009• 7 months ago
Ok
Reply
Irphilippe• 7 months ago
The Better cancel this damned slavery before I finish school
Reply
Irphilippe• 7 months ago
Ok
Reply
Iamajtofunmi• 7 months ago
Ok
Reply
Danson92• 7 months ago
Ok
Reply
Danson92• 7 months ago
Ok
Reply
Fatimabello• 7 months ago
Ummm
Reply
Nwoguemmanuel77• 7 months ago
Cops
Reply
innkayobami• 7 months ago
Abeg, free these people. You think everyone is happy to serve under the hardship of this nation?
Reply
Racheal• 7 months ago
Ok
Reply
Racheal• 7 months ago
Ok
Reply
Iyamahsolomon• 7 months ago
ok
Reply
Kolatunmy• 7 months ago
Okay
Reply
Keshinismail• 7 months ago
OK
Reply
ANOINTING• 7 months ago
Good for them
Reply
Abiodun• 7 months ago
good for them
Reply

(Go Up)

Have a news to share? Contact Email: [email protected]

NIGERIA NEWS APP (https://www.nigerianews.app) is a website owned by IAR (IJMBway Alevel Registraion) a registered company that pays you for reading news, commenting on every news, sharing our ads on Twitter/ Facebook, inviting friends & family and logging daily. You can make upto ₦200,000 just by inviting people to read Latest Nigerian News & Breaking News in Nigeria. Register today with ₦1,600 to become a member.


© 2018 - Nigerian News App.