List of NYSC Camp addresses
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Umunna, Bende Local Government Area, Abia State.
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Lapondo Road, Damare, Girei Local Government Area, Adamawa State
AKWA IBOM (AK)
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Ikot Itie Udung, Nsit Atai Local Government Area, Akwa Ibom State.
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Progressive Senior Secondary School, Umunya, Oyi Local Government Area, Anambra State.
NYSC Permanent Orientation camp, KM 60 Wailo, Ganjuwa Local Government Council, bauchi State
Kaiama Grammar School , Kaiama, Kolokuma/Opokuma L.G.A Kaiama Grammar School, Kaiama, Kolokoma-Opokuma Local Government Area, Bayelsa State.
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Wannune, Tarka Local Government Area, Kilometer 35 Makurdi Gboko Road, Benue State.
College of Peace and Disaster Management, Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Babbar-Ruga, Batsari Road, Katsina, Katsina State.
CROSS RIVER (CR)
Cross River State College of Education, Akamkpa, Cross River State.
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp Former Martins TTC, Issele-Uku, Aniocha North L.G.A. Delta State.
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Macgregor College, Afikpo Local Government Area, Ebonyi State.
Okada Grammar School, Okada, Ovia North-East Local Government Area, Edo State.
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Ise-Orun/Emure Local Government Area, Ekiti State.
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Awgu Local Government Area, Enugu State.
FCT (ABUJA) (FC)
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Kubwa, Bwari Area Council, FCT.
NYSC Temporary Orientation Camp, Science Technical College, Amada, KM 21, Gombe-Bauchi Highway, Near International Airport, Gombe State.
NYSC Temporary Orientation Camp Former Girl’s Model Secondary School Eziama Obaire Nkwerre Local Govt Area, Imo State.
NYSC Permanent Camp, opposite Army Barrack, Fanisua Dutse Local Government Area, Jigawa State.
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Kaduna – Abuja Road, Kaduna State.
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Kusala Dam, Karaye, Karaye Local Government, Kano State.
Youth Multi-purpose Centre/ NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Mani Road, Katsina State.
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Dakingari Local Government Area, Kebbi State.
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Asaya, Kabba Local Government Area, Kogi State.
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Yikpata, Edu Local Government Area, Kwara State.
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Iyana Ipaja, Agege, Lagos State.
Magaji Dan-Yamusa Permanent Orientation Camp, Keffi, Nasarawa State.
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, (Former Abubakar, Dada Senior Secondary School), Paiko, Niger State.
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Ikenne Road, Sagamu Local Government Area, Sagamu, Ogun State.
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Ikare-Akoko Local Government Area, Ondo State.
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Aisu College Hospital Road, Ede North Local Government Area, Ede, Osun State.
Government Technical College, Iseyin Local Government Area, Iseyin, Oyo State.
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Mangu, Mangu Local Government Area, Plateau State.
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Nonwa-Gbam Tai Local Government Area, Rivers State.
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Wamakko,Wamakko Local Govt Area, Sokoto State..
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Sibre Airport Road, Jalingo, Taraba State..
College of Administration and Business Studies, Potiskum, Yobe State.
NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Beside FRSC Office, Tsafe Local Government Area, Zamfara State.
The Cross River State Governor, Prof. Ben Ayade, on Sunday approved the relocation of NYSC camp from Obubra in Obubra Local Government Area to Awi in Akamkpa LGA.
While it was alleged that the suspected relocation might be linked to the death of a serving corps member, Onwuegbuzie Stanley-Samuel, who died of Lassa fever two weeks ago, the state NYSC was quick to deny the claims.
The deceased corps member was serving in Community Secondary School in Ofodua in Obubra LGA.
But in a statement issued by its Public Relations Officer, Mr. Abdullahi Yuguda, the state NYSC said that the relocation was to allow for renovation of the permanent camp.
It urged corps members who just got their call up letters to resume at the temporary camp at the Cross River State College of Education in Awi, Akamkpa LGA.
The statement read in part, “The Cross River State government has approved the College of Education in Akamkpa LGA as temporary camp for the 2017 Batch ‘A’ NYSC orientation course.
“This is as a result of the ongoing renovation of the NYSC permanent orientation camp located in Obubra LGA.
“The state coordinator, NYSC, Mrs. Ambekemo Eniola, appreciates Governor Ben Ayade’s administration for paying attention to the deplorable facilities at the permanent camp. With the speed of the ongoing work, there is hope for the NYSC to host the next batch at Obubra.”
The state coordinator debunked reports that attributed the decision to relocate the camp due to outbreak of Lassa fever.
Eniola said, “Media reports attributing the decision to relocate the camp to Lassa fever outbreak was wrong.”
She added that critical inspections were carried out at the new venue which she described as conducive and having the capacity to absorb the 2,000 prospective corps members expected for the orientation course.
Prospective Batch A Corps Members Posted to Obubra in Obubra Local Government Area are therefore requested to Re-print their call-up letters immediately.
We reported last week about a Corper Mr, Toeiseju Lodge who was murdered outside his apartment in Oghara, Delta state. NYSC Member Killed By Suspected Cultist.
It is in great sorrow that we report that he has been buried. He was buried by his fellow Corps members admist tears. It was a sad day and it was reported that no one wished to engage in refreshments during the burial because of the sad way he had died.
May his soul Rest In Peace.
A story reported of the Corper who was killed by an alleged Cultist has reached the ears of his parents.
See story here: NYSC Member Killed By Suspected Cultist.
The parents of Toritseju Lodge have expressed their sorrow as the news of their dead son reached their ears.
According to an anonymous family member, who chose to be anonymous, the family had been trying to reach out to the state public relation officer of the police DSP, Andrew Aniamaka but the effort was futile as his phone line was not available.
The victim is said to be a graduate from one of the universities in Oghara. His parents stay in Sapele, but he rented an apartment in Oghara.
We urge the police to get in contact with the family of the victim.
Yesterday a National Youth Service Corps, member, was shot dead in Delta
Toriseju Lodge was shot dead at Oghara in Delta State by a suspected cultist in front of his apartment.
He was serving in Imo State and was said to have returned to his rented apartment in Oghara, for the Easter celebrations with his friends.
It appeared to be a normal robbery as reports claimed that the gunman who was said to be wearing a mask, sighted Toriseju checking his phone in the open, shot him twice and robbed him of his belongings before leaving.
The body has been taken to the morgue but we would like to call the attention of various involved authorities to bring justice to him.
Congratulations on your Passing Out😁
I know it’s been a tough, hot and rough one year but you’ve finally made it. You deserve a pat on the back.
Now if you didn’t read our article on What Your Plans Should Be After NYSC, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. I will be giving you the various things you can do after your service year if you aren’t really doing anything now.
1. Firstly, be sure to send out your CV’s. Now a few of you might have done this before your Passing put ceremony. Be sure to send this out to various institutions of your interest. Do not discriminate against any institution. The labor market might be difficult but its has several opportunities.
2. Your SAED training is finally useful😁.(Even though we never thought it would be) You can establish yourself in any handwork you engage in. Soft loans are issued by banks and organizations to aid Corpers start up their independent entrepreneurial businesses. So be sure to reach out.
3. Internship🤗. You are never too old to do internship with an organization. This gives your more work experience whether or not in your field. Never forget that no knowledge is wasted. Besides you get to fill in that time with something valuable and adds to your CV.
4. Make good use of social media. It’s no hidden thing that a lot of Graduates find their jobs and skills through social media. So be sure to put yourself out there. Don’t be shy. Use your twitter as a storm of advertising your CV. You can tag us to RT @_nysc.
Dont be shy to reach out for help on your social media. Your helper could be a RY away 😉
A Corper has been locked up for using his employers N3.5M for MMM and Twinkas pyramid schemes.
The Batch B Corper had hoped to make quick profit from the Ponzi scheme but was disappointed when the scheme fell through quickly. He was arrested and arraigned for embezzlement by his employers, after his employers had requested for the money but couldn’t collect it because of both schemes failure.
According to Politics Nigeria, his situation was made public his plight by a colleague, a lawyer, who
missed the last community development service (CDS) and took advantage of the group’s WhatsApp platform to explain his absence.
The lawyer, Augustine Ukpo, wrote:
“I was in court representing our Corper member colleague who was arrested and arraigned today before the Agbomalu Magistrate Court involved in N3.5 million embezzlement from his PPA (Place of Primary Assignment).”
Giving an update the next day, corper Ukpo wrote on the same platform:
“I earlier posted you guys that one (of) our Corper colleague(s) was arrested and arraigned yesterday.
He is now in Kirikiri Medium Prison pending the perfection of his bail conditions. While interviewing the corper member, I noticed bruises all over his body – evidence that he was beaten. He was kept in police custody for more than 24 hours. These got me furious as a lawyer.
Even though the corper agreed that he used the money for MMM and Twinkas, his fundamental right should not be compromised. In this vein, I shall be filing a fundamental right action against the employer of the Corper.”
The Corper refused to disclose the name of his client but posted photos showing signs of torture allegedly inflicted on him in a police cell before he was transferred to prison custody.
This morning, The Guardian newspaper published an article claiming that a hotel manager and another employee in Enugu have been arrested by the police over the death of a National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) member on Saturday evening. in the hotel’s swimming pool at Ugwuoba, Oji River Local Council of the state.
The Corpers’ identity is yet to be revealed. According to this report the Corper allegedly got drowned at the swimming pool of the Hotel De Oranzi Resort, Ugwuoba, Oji River Local Council, during a picnic with his friends, but was later rushed to a hospital in Amaku Awka, where doctors pronounced dead.
Mr. Ebere Amaraizu, the Enugu State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), has confirmed to the media that the workers were being held for refusing to report the incident to the police which has arisen suspicion. He stressed that till now, the workers have not revealed the identity of the deceased corps member which is an indication that they might be trying to conceal the act.
He said, “We have commenced full-scale investigation into the circumstances surrounding the alleged drowning of a corps member at the hotel swimming pool. We gathered that the deceased had gone to celebrate with other NYSC members for completing their service year, when one of them allegedly got drowned and was later rescued before being rushed to General Hospital Amaku Awka but was confirmed dead on arrival by the doctor on duty” Amaraizu added.
He stated that the body of the deceased has been deposited at the mortuary, stressing that efforts were being intensified to establish the full identity of the victim.
May his Soul Rest In Peace.
Also read: Cousin beats Corper Almost To Death
A few hours to his Passing Out ceremony, corp member, Segun Daniel, died shortly after complaining of headache.
He was concluding his service in Sokoto state. THis news was put on a social media platform by his friend.
Here’s what his friend, Solanke, wrote;
“I was about calling to congratulate you on the completion of your NYSC when I received the news of your demise. Just this past week, U sent me your service pictures that u wish to enlarge them whenever you are back and have kept your passport photograph not knowing you won’t come back for it ..
Agbayanu Daniel as I fondly call u… The moments we shared will forever be fresh in my memory. You made an impact in my life… I can never forget you blood. Still finding it difficult to believe u are gone my senior friend … RIP Saanu Daniel Segun”
Also, another friend Daniel, confirmed the news by writing;
‘Hmmmm Death why did you snatch away this soul. Already at the edge of fulfilling destiny yet you took him away. Saanu Daniel Segun i wish you can wake up. I remember how we spoke at learnt discussing your plans. Never knew that will be the end. Still in shock about your demise. You were an inspiration in the music minisytry, i look up to you in worship session. You were not only a best friend but also a family, we bonded, play and scold each other. I never imagined this how we gonna end.
Thank God you made use of the opportunity of being zealous for the work of God.
Rest in the bossom of the lord.
GOD BE WITH YOU TILL WE MEET AGAIN.
Sun re o my ever loving namesake and brother in CHRIST ‘
May his soul Rest In Peace.
One year begun,
with so much uncertainty and fear
but then the time you thought would never come,
Is finally here.
Remember the long queues
and those awful orange shoes
coupled with the hot red sun
plus the food that was barely done
The Soldiers were another thing
waking us up at 5am in the morning
working you down to your spleen
and turned dancing into mourning
But those three weeks were over
and you actually thought things could get better didn’t you
But that scheme still had the power
and wherever they wanted, you’d move.
Down to the struggle of going to your PPA
And going there everyday
To Compulsory Days for Slacking(CDS)
That if you didn’t attend would make them send you packing
Fast forward to Monthly clearance
Those compulsory sufferhead plans
Thst would take you a week
and would always make you go home weak
But finally after all those challenges
you’ve overcome and succeeded
To finally encounter the different world’s faces
With the one year experience that has made you more guarded.
So from us to you, congratulations
And ensure you have an amazing celebration
Part and hope you don’t become a hackest
As you take a plunge into the large pool of the labor market.