The National Youth Service Corps in short “NYSC” Disclaimer Notice to Prospective Corps Members has been announced. Get more details below.
The NYSC Management has gotten their attention drawn to a fraudulent advertorial making the rounds on the social media, purported to have been offered issued one Arua Ibiam, that claims to be one of the staff lists of the National Youth Service Corps.
About the NYSC Disclaimer Notice to Prospective Corps Members
The advertorial that comes with the NYSC logo, aimed at deceiving the gullible ones so as to get money from them assuring Prospective Corps Members (PCMs) of being able to change their states of deployment to preferred once of their choice which of course must cost the corps member.
The management wishes to caution all the PCMs, and indeed the general public to disregard the advertorial, for it is the handiwork of fraudsters, designed to scam unsuspecting ones.
Corps members are expected not to fall prey to scammers. Make sure you read and study carefully the content of your Call-up letter for appropriate guidance.
Glean authentic information only from the NYSC official sources (new and traditional media).
As 66,000 candidates prepare to begin their Orientation Course across the States of the Federation, make sure to follow strictly all the laid down rules and regulations that are guiding the operations of the NYSC Scheme, and most especially the COVID-19 safety protocols, predicated on social/physical distancing, use of facemask, and the appropriate washing of the hands using soap in running water for at least 20 seconds and the use of hand sanitizer.