NYSC DG Warns Against Fake Mobilisation

The Director General of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Brig. Gen. Yusha’u Ahmed, has issued a stern warning to foreign institutions about fraudulent mobilisation practices.

He said the programme will continue to prevent unqualified individuals from participating in the service.

Brig. Gen. Yusha’u Ahmed

The warning was issued during a meeting with some corps-producing institutions in Africa held in Abuja.

The meeting focused on “Tackling the Emerging Challenges in Mobilization of Foreign-Trained Graduates for Effective National Service.”

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Ahmed stated, “It is expected that from the 2024 Batch ‘A’ service year, the collection of the master list of graduates would be extended to schools in Niger Republic, Cameroun, Ghana, and Uganda, which constitutes about 20 percent of graduates from the African continent.”

He further added that the exercise will be extended to cover countries with a high vulnerability to faking academic and travel documents.

The NYSC is committed to combating dishonest practices and believes that the fight against unwholesome practices in the educational sector must be a collective responsibility.