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|The absurdities of NYSC by abbeywasc(m): 5:02pm On Dec 26, 2012|
The NYSC scheme had been working quite fine since inception-at least as fyn as anything can work in our society- but the new policies brought by our president got me thinking if his statisticians are sleeping or he's the one been adamant. In a country where the private sector employs more than 80% of the populace, our president wants 85% of corpers posted to govt owned institutions, principally secondary schools. The schools are so overwhelmed that they are rejecting more than half of the corpers posted to their schools. Corpers now have to suffer in d sun looking for where they can do their service. Then y is our president ranting about public-private sector cooperation? Why starve them of the corpers dt will ultimately end up working for them? Corpers that the govt cant adequately fix up. I think its time we speak up and put our voice to stop this president that is intent on muddling things up for us.
|Re: The absurdities of NYSC by abbeywasc(m): 9:48pm On Aug 21, 2013|
seems d man/his advisers don wake up. i rep batch C 2013
|Re: The absurdities of NYSC by ruffneck(m): 12:34pm On Aug 22, 2013|
The policy has been reversed
From batch C majority of PPA will be to the private sector
|Re: The absurdities of NYSC by nikaShow(m): 7:13am On Aug 31, 2013|
Your so called 'private sector' didnt recruit as often or as much as they do now because they always could get another batch of corpers to do thier work for one more year...and that'll be cheaper than 'recruiting'.
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