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House Of Reps Urges NYSC To Suspend N4000 Call Up fee

Prospective youth corp members have shared mixed feelings about the introduction of the N4000 call up letter fees, some have welcomed it probably because it  relieves them of having to travel far to collect it and others do not want it probably because they can not afford it. The House of Reps however have made their stand on it clear as they see it as exploitation of young graduates. See more according to a report by the VanguardNgr newspaper.

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THE House of Representatives, began a probe into the alleged N4,000 to be collected by the management of the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, as registration fee from corps members.

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The House, based on the allegation, urged NYSC to suspend forthwith the policy requiring prospective NYSC members to pay the amount with effect from 2015 before accessing their call-up letters.

Hassan Saleh (PDP, Benue), who sponsored the motion, expressed concern over “recent advertorials in some national newspapers that with effect from 2015, corps members will be required to register online with a fee of N4,000 to be able to access their call-up letters as an alternative to going to their various schools to collect the letters.”

He said: “As laudable as the idea of sending call-up letters through the internet may be, the decision requiring fresh graduates to cough out N4,000 to access letters appears insensitive and exploitative.”

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