FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO INCREASE NYSC ALLOWANCE TO N38,000!!!

Latest reports reaching us at this time reveals that the Federal Government of Nigeria(FGN) has planned to increase the Monthly allowance of Serving corp members from the current N19,800 to N38,000 from March 2013, starting with Batch A Corps Members.

This report is yet to be confirmed as there has not been any official announcement from NYSC.This will be a very welcome development if executed.

Our team at VNTI NYSC are currently working on this and trying to get some contacts andget the confirmation, we shall get you updated as soon as we get more information on this news.

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Comments

    • Okoro william says

      Pls does the increment of federal govement nysc allowance from #19800 to #38000 also include 2012 batch b & c.

  1. says

    Please I will like †̥ get information as at today 12th March, 2013 on Τ̲̅ђε̲̣̣̣̥ status ☀̤̣̈̇f Τ̲̅ђε̲̣̣̣̥ allowance if confirmed.

    Thanks

  2. Abdullateef nuradeen says

    It is a welcome development,atleast corp members will serve happily Ǻn̶̲̥̅̊ԃ comfortable,great 9ja

  3. ibrahim Mohammed says

    I hope the gov’t will do so and confirm the increasment on time so that after the youth service they came be self employees

  4. Mr ken says

    Is good as we hear it, stil dsame way they use to bring up a vital isues in this country. D question is will it b implementd?

  5. ENABULELE ETINOSA says

    It a welcome development as it will b a source of CAPITAL to start up wt d SKILL we hv acquired.

  6. Aliu Lateeph Oyeyode says

    If they can imlement it,this will make many Nigeria graduate to be self employ after SERVING there fathers land.let wait and see wot will happen bcos to implement any policy dat will favour d masses is not easy in Nigeria.

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