- The NYSC recently demonstrated again that it doesn’t depend on the federal government to survive financially
- So it was on Saturday November 20, announced that it had deposited N511 million in the government’s account
- This was praised by the Presidency on Saturday, through a media advisor to the President , Lauretta Onochie, spoke
The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) referred Saturday, November 20, as part of their Operation 2021 Amount of N 511 million in the account of the federal government surplus.
Lauretta Onochie, one of the media advisors to President Muhammadu Buhari, praised the great efforts on Saturday and thanked the service.
Onochie added that the money would have been looted by some officials in the past.
” NYSC will transfer ₦ 511 million to the federation account as part of its operating surplus in 2021.
“Thank you #TeamNYSC. In the past, that money would have been looted. “
When announcing the feat, NYSC Director General Shuaibu Ibrahim said the program would not fail with its commitment to the government Leadership reports.
Ibrahim stated that the NYSC was ready to tap the potential of Corps members and urged citizens to look after members in their communities .
“When I came I said we didn’t have to continue to be a begging agency dependent on the government. So we repositioned our table water, bakery, etc. Last year we earned N 280 million, which we transferred to the association account.
“For 2021 we generated N 511 million, which we have also deposited into the association account and these are contributions to the economy and I can assure you, Corps members, we will explore them with their talents. “
Great news as Buhari is killing a new program recruit former NYSC members
In the meantime, President Buhari’s government on Tuesday the 31st.
In his remarks during the inauguration of the program in the presidential villa, President Buhari expressed confidence that the program would provide mentoring and support to young Nigerians in a variety of areas.
He noted that the program works for the beneficiaries t experience in business sectors such as information and communication technology, financial services, commerce, manufacturing, agriculture and agro-processing, mining, telecommunications, creative industries and technology, education, health, research and development.