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Tuesday, May 30, 2017

NYSC To Post Corp Members To Farms

The Director General of the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, Suleiman Kazaure, said on Monday that the scheme would soon begin posting of corps members to farms.




Mr. Kazaure said this in an interview with journalists during his official visit to the NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp in Sagamu, Ogun State.

He said that the move to deploy corps members in farms as in line with the agricultural development programme of the NYSC.

According to him, the NYSC has concluded preparations to begin the posting at the conclusion of the three-week orientation exercise.

He said that Bauchi, Oyo, Kebbi and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, had been earmarked for the pilot phase.

“It should interest you to know that the NYSC will soon begin its agricultural development scheme where corps members will be posted to farms for their primary assignments.

“Already the NYSC has acquired active farmlands across the nation’s geopolitical zones with four already fully operational in Kwali, Bauchi, Oyo and Kebbi.

“After this orientation programme for the Batch ‘A’ corps members, we will begin posting some of them to these farms as a pilot phase.

“Though we are starting with four states for now, we will integrate the other states as time goes, the project is ongoing,” Mr. Kazaure said.

The NYSC boss had tasked the corps members not to seek white-collar jobs which were non-existent but rather develop their potentials for entrepreneurship excellence.

He said the corps members could begin their journey toward financial independence by tapping into and maximising the benefits of the NYSCs Skills Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development (SAED) Programme.

Mr. Kazaure said that the SAED programme was made possible by partnership with public and private sector organisations to build entrepreneurial capacity.

Gladys Mbachi, the Ogun Coordinator of the NYSC, thanked the director general for the visit and emphasis on SAED programme.

Mr. Kazaure’s visit was to inspect facilities at the camp and to familiarise himself with the 2017 Batch ‘A’ Stream I corps members undergoing orientation at the camp.

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*After doing farm work,people like yesterday's poster on Service year boulevard will not have time to change babes like he did..lol


45 comments:

  1. hahahahaha they should post them to my village so that they will help us clear the bush for the next farming season. I dont need to pay people to do it anymore

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    1. Its gonna be harsh. The weather is crazy on the skin... NYSC should take it easy on light skinned babes

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    2. @Lollah abi o my sister.

      In fact there should be 2 streams, one for light skinned people and the other for 'others'.

      Please, this is very important.



      *marvels at the idiocy of this fool above me

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  2. What's wrong with these people self...
    FARM. !!! THEY SHOULD NOT TRY IT OOOI...
    MAYbe when I am done serving..!!
    They should not try rubbish ooooo
    Orelse..!!!

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  3. Do mistake and send any of my friends and families to farm first in the name of NYSC and see if we won't curse you. Mtsheew.

    Start by sending ur own kids to farm then we know u mean business.

    Ndi visionless people

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    1. No be small thing.
      When the governors sons and daughters graduate from USA do they post them to farms to do their NYSC?

      Tufia!

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  4. Plot twist
    Hoes will start holding/using "hoes" now,aint that amazing?
    #searching for redemption

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    1. Imagine slay queens holding cutlass and hoe with their on fleek makeup

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    2. Some farms are very well organized, besides dey don't have to be the labourers, the Corp members can be supervisors. Those that studied agriculture can fully utilize their skills

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    3. Winnie Omo, thank you. My friend was their accountant in the farm she was posted to

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    4. I'm still sticking to what I said before
      Comma beat me

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  5. It's a nice initiative. Before Petroleum, agriculture was the basic means of subsistence for families and the nation as a whole.

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    1. Thank you. I wonder why some are seeing it as "suffer head"

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    2. I love the scheme already. I can't wait to finish school and serve.

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  6. Seems our leaders don't have their pple at heart at all,they plan on posting corpers to farms when they've not settled the ish about the herdsmen attacks on our farms

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  7. But what's wrong serving in a place like otta farm? Lol, u feed chickens, pick eggs, for those that studies agro...

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  8. My friend in camp during my NYSC was posted to a farm in kuje.

    Mosquito almost finished her existence

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    2. Hmmmmm abeg o! Make dem no post ma one and only fine swag bros to farm o. Lwkmd!

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    3. Sandy, they must not be labourers. Engineers can work on their equipments and so on. My only concern is that employers don't treat corp members well.

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  9. Farm? How na? What is wrong with these people sef?

    Please lead by example, send your kids and relatives there first instead of CBN or NNPC.

    Na wa! Wasting a whole year in the name of serving ones father land.

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  10. You people are not serious one bit,I think is high time the scheme is scraped.

    Farm my foot!

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  11. i dnt know if i should laf or cry, this people will not kill us.

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  12. Very soon the number of people going for NYSC will decrease I swear!

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  13. Agriculture is going to witness a Boom and the people that will reap so much are the ones that will key in quick enough.

    Farming is lucrative and as long as they will be LEARNING, I feel it is a good initiative.
    At the end of their service year, they would have even set up businesses plus the stipend paid by the federal government.
    Unfortunately, No one wants to 'suffer'
    People are eager to say NYSC scheme is dead and should be scrapped, but 2 years after NYSC the only money they ever earned was from the 'dead scheme'
    Some even wish they can go back to camp again.
    Moat have even gone ahead to take jobs that are not paying as much as the NYSC they so much dislike and underrated. LOL

    Some that will scoff at this idea actually rear chickens behind their homes to support their regular income.

    If this goes the way I feel it should, It is indeed a gold mine waiting to explode. That is, for the ones that will utilize this opportunity. FG should better have a working plan in place before dispatching.

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    1. Thanks for saving me from typing.

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    2. IPhone dearie God bless you. I repeat God bless you.

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  14. Nice initiative aferall some graduates studies agric related courses; this can also help those with idea and initiative start up a small scale farm, however, hope everything that would make this worthwhile is in place? Else it'll be another exercise in futility!

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    1. Those that will appreciate it will appreciate it jawe. I'm loving the project already.

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  15. hahahahahahahahah you gat to be kidding me. scrap the gaddamn scheme joor. all what this corp members do is fuck fuck fuck nothing more. i no see the use again jare





    *hangs leg on the wall*

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  16. This kazaure man no get brain why not post your kids to farm first? Nysc should be optional now sef

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  17. Pls my network is not good airtel and I can't open my browser I want to switch to Mtn for today how do I go about it. I don't understand the uc browser no picture to access.

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  18. Those randy corpers? You will soon start seeing goats and cows bearing half human half animal foetus. Even plants will be looking one kind one kind.

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  19. @Ola wealth;
    that is the most foolish statement to make; really?
    They should stop posting corp members to farms and you want food to be cheap?
    Are you not joking; where do you want to be posted; bank, oil company?
    If someone read agriculture, animal science, crop science etc. where do you want that fellow to work in? What was the intention for reading such a course?
    Farm is the way to go

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    1. Thank you so much for this. I don't know where they want pple like me to serve. I shld use my Agric degree to serve in bank or oil companies. Mtsheeeeeeew. All they want is money, they do not want to learn. I will gladly accept it. My 5years of study into practice.

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  20. Hahaha, thank God am already serving, me that Cant farm to save my life

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  21. This must be a joke of the century! Farming.. they had better scrap NYSC

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  22. Agriculture is presently the most lucrative sector in the Nigerian economy。its a goldmine! its presently more lucrative than the oil sector! The youths on this blog are very ignorant! omg! See comments!

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  23. Good idea for those that studied Agrc related courses

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  24. Good idea for those that studied Agrc related courses

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