NYSC denies deployment for Batch A Stream 2

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By Ngozi Nwankwo

National Youth Service Corps has disassociated itself from the information trending online over the deployment of the 2024 Batch ‘A’ Stream Two Prospective Corps Members from the Eastern, Southern and Western parts of the country to the North-West, saying that the purported letter did not emanate from the Management of National Youth Service Corps.

The Scheme said, “The attention of the Management of National Youth Service Corps has been drawn to a fake and misleading information trending online over the deployment of the 2024 Batch ‘A’ Stream Two Prospective Corps Members from the Eastern, Southern and Western parts of the country to the North-West. The purported letter did not emanate from the Management of National Youth Service Corps.”

It said NYSC is an organization backed up by the Constitution with its statutory and unbiased deployment policy without tribal, religious and other sentiments.

“In addition to the above, parents, guardians, Prospective Corps Members and other members of the public are hereby advised to disregard the malicious information which lacks merit with the imagination of the writer and meant to raise apprehension among the Prospective Corps Members for the next Orientation Exercise slated for April, 2024.

“NYSC Management restates its strong commitment to the security and welfare of our Corps Members. The Scheme will continue to sustain the existing deployment policy of Prospective Corps Members for the benefit of all members of the service corps and also aid national unity and development without prejudice.

“Similarly, purveyors of fake news on NYSC programmes are strongly warned and advised to desist henceforth, from peddling fake news. Members of the public should always clarify news items from NYSC social media handles or NYSC Offices located in all States of the Federation,” said the NYSC.