The Economic Sustainability Committee (ESC), chaired by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, has asked the federal government to consider suspending training for the National Youth Corps (NYSC) camp for two years.
In its report, presented to President Muhammadu Buhari last week and viewed by TheCable, the committee recommended that the NYSC camp remain focused for 24 months.
Real steps are being taken to reduce learning difficulties and use technology effectively. In particular, real learning (either online or radio) is being implemented, regular meeting rites or the issuance of certificates (as well as postponed ceremonies) must be implemented to keep up with academic progress. The report read.
“In that context, the consideration to suspends the practice of the Youth Service Orientation Camp (NYSC) for at least 24 months and allows its use in primary areas.”
This ensures that there is no going back in the pipeline of the National Service Agreement. ” NYSC camps closed in March following the outbreak of a new viral virus in Nigeria. A statement issued by the NYSC at the time stated: “Corps members are sent to resume their basic duties immediately and are invited to camps as the situation progresses.
“Last week, the plan made a proposal. The national opening of its warehouse.
It is unclear whether the federal government will adopt this part of the proposal from the Permanent Commission on Economic Affairs.