Taraba state governor advocates for the extension of the NYSC program to two years

Governor Darius Ishaku of Taraba State, during an interview with Channels television, disclosed that the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme should be a two-year program, one year for compulsory military training and the other year for social service.

According to Ishaku, there is a need for corps members to undergo military training due to increased insecurity in the country so that they can take up arms alongside military forces and defend the country against invaders at a time like this when insecurity is prevalent.

The Governor also called on the federal government to train those residing in border communities on how to use guns so that they can protect themselves against banditry and kidnapping.

JAYESIMI ADENIYI
He is the founder of Climax Educational Center. A brilliant tutor and educational consultant who is concerned about helping students get the right information and that at the right time. He is as well focused on impacting students lives and helping them thread the right path of the success to their educational lives.

Related Stories

Discover

Summit University, Offa commences its Top-Up and HND Conversion...

It is with great pleasure that the management of Summit University Offa announces the...

Nnamdi Azikiwe University Prescience form, 2020/2021 is still on...

This is to inform All students with JAMB scores of 160 and above in...

FUTO extends 2020/2021 pre-degree application

This is to inform all candidates interested in applying for Federal University of Technology,...

UNIJOS notice to remedial students on resumption

The University of Jos Department of Remedial Sciences wishes to inform Students of Department...

LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY, (LASU) RELEASES PRE-DEGREE FORM FOR 2021/2022...

ADMISSION INTO LASU PRE-DEGREE STUDIES FOR 2021/2022 CALENDAR YEAR 1.0 PREAMBLE: Applications are invited from suitably...

UNIMAID supplementary remedial admission list, 2020/2021

This is to inform all candidates who applied for the 2020/2021 Remedial Programmes of...

Popular Categories

Comments

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here