NYSC members extorted by NYSC inspectors
Brig.Gen Nnamdi Okore Affia has disclosed that some of the inspectors of the scheme extort money from corps members. He blamed the development for acts of indiscipline among corps members. The NYSC chief stated it at the opening ceremony of the 2012 inspectors Development Programme organized for inspectors in the South at the NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Sagamu Ogun State on Wednesday.
Reports from the recent nationwide inspection and corps members’ forum indicated that some of you engage in acts capable of bringing the scheme into disrepute.
“Unwholesome practices such as delegating your responsibilities to corps members, non-residence in the communities where your workplaces are located, thereby leading to irregular attendance and poor supervision of corps members not only detract from the noble objectives of the scheme but negatively affect her corporate image.”
The army chief added, “The NYSC inspectors are today confronted with a plethora of national, state, community and corps members-related challenges, hence, they need to be adequately trained to competently handle issues and solve problems within the expected time frame.
“The scheme is being confronted with a lot of challenges ranging from astronomical increase in corps population, insecurity, corps rejection, inadequate camp facilities and dwindling welfare provision for corps members due to inadequate funding. With these enormous challenges the scheme needs to review its operations and evolve strategies that will reposition it for efficient and effective execution of its mandate.
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