Friday, 28 August 2015

Obasanjo Could Not Join NYSC Because Of Age

Nigeria’s former president Olusegun Obasanjo on Wednesday, August 26, explained what had prevented him from joining the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC).
The ex-leader of the country spoke at the meeting in Abeokuta, Ogun state, as he was decorated as grand patron of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) Alumni Association. According to Vanguard, Chief Obasanjo confessed he would have loved to participate in the NYSC but could not.
“Somebody wrote me a letter when he got to know that I have graduated from NOUN, he wanted me to do national youth service, but unfortunately for him there is age limit.”

Obasanjo, who hosted guests at his residence, noted that the establishment of the NOUN posed a unique chance for people to massively access higher education in the country.
Obasanjo was one of those recently subjected to harsh criticism by the incumbent president.
Earlier this week Muhammadu Buhari . He expressed great displeasure with the way of managing “oil affairs” in the country since he had left office as the petroleum minister and head of state in 1985.

Wednesday, 22 April 2015

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Tuesday, 13 January 2015

Guide For NYSC Members Participating In 2015 Election: A Case Study Of 2011 Election

The safety of the life of a corps member is of paramount concern to the Nigeria Nation. This is because the ultimate success of the corps member as a catalyst for unity and social development is inexorably linked to his being alive. So, as we move into an election period it's important i communicate with Corps members as their contributions in participation in elections is of great help to the Nation at this period.

It is not going to be an easy task especially for the new corps members but it worth more to be part of the excercise. The foundamental of a successful service year is the orientation course programme.

Followed by other vital activities that comes a while if as a corps member you are lucky to be in service during this period, activivities such as engaging in elections process.

So what does it take Corps Members to be focused during elections?
* Make up your mind to adapt, submit to and obey all the Election rules and regulations spelt out by INEC
* Determine to persevere, be painstaking and diligent
* Be ready to move to remote areas and stay for a day for elections exercise
* Endeavour, as a matter of compulsion, to carefully read and study all printed matters issued.
* In group where possible or individually, the corp members should aclimatise with the traditional ruler, local government chairman, distric police officer, sss, civil defence corps unit etc.

These are the key players in the security of the community during elections
you may also check out the professional ethics for election officials coming soon.