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Corps Members Seek Redeployment From North by chuks49(m): 12:32pm On Jan 26, 2012
National Youth Service
Corps (NYSC) members
yesterday besieged their
Headquarters in Abuja for
redeployment.
The Batch “B” 2011
members posted to Kano
and some other northern
states sought reposting to
other regions other than
the North.
They urged the NYSC
management to stop
further posting to
Adamawa, Kano, Kaduna,
Bauchi and Niger, in
particular.
The corps members urged
the NYSC management to
stop further posting to the
North until the insecurity in
the region is overcome.
In Adamawa State, of the
4,171 National Youth
Service Corps (NYSC)
members trained for Ad
Hoc electioneering duties
by the Independent
National Electoral
Commission (INEC), about
1,041 of them have fled the
state following increasing
insecurity.
Some of the corps
members, who spoke with
The Nation, said: “Since
residents, most especially
corps members, are no
longer safe in the northern
states, they should
henceforth be posted to
their states of origin or
preferred states in the
interest of peace and
safety.
“Our lives are no longer
safe; we cannot die
because we want to serve
our fatherland. We should
be immediately posted to
safer states.”
The management of the
NYSC urged the corps
members seeking
redeployment to return to
their states of origin after
filling the redeployment
form.
The Special Adviser to the
NYSC Director-General,
Alhaji Musa Abubakar said:
“The NYSC does not have
any right to deprive any
corps member of his or her
right.
“We will continue to respect
their grievances. If a corps
member feels he or she is
no longer safe somewhere,
we will redeploy such a
person. We cannot continue
to jeopardise their safety.”
Abubakar said affected
corps members would be
contacted when the
management completes the
redeployment process.

www.thenationonlineng.net/2011/index.php/mobile/news/34618-corps-members-seek-redeployment-from-north.html

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