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Progress made on NYSC Trust Fund Bill by NASS , Commendable – DG NYSC

 

 

 

The Director-General of NYSC, Maj. Gen. Shuaibu Ibrahim , has commended the National Assembly for the progress made on the Bill for the establishment of NYSC Trust Fund.

General Ibrahim gave the commendation during the closing ceremony of the 2022 Batch A orientation course at Kusalla, Karaye Local governments area, Kano.

Represented by the State Coordinator, Hajjya Aisha Muhammad, urged the corps members to take advantage of NYSC Skill Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development (SAED) which was carefully designed to equip corps members on wealth creation.

 

“I want to thank the House of Representatives and, by extension, the entire National Assembly for the progress made so far on the legislative processes on the Bill for the establishment of the Trust Fund, which has not only passed through the second reading, but also subjected to public hearing,”

 

“It may interest you know that the desire to make the SAED programme more impactful partly informed our advocacy for the establishment of the National Youth Service Corps Trust Fund,” he added.

The Director General advised them to take COVID-19 vaccine if not done already, he then charge them to help in sensitizing members of the host communities about preventive measures, including the need to accept the vaccines.

He expressed his gratitude to the Federal Government for providing the enablement for the take-off of Corps members’ enrolment in the National Health Insurance Scheme under a comprehensive initiative known as NYSC Group Individual Family Social Health Insurance Programme (GIFSHIP).

General shauibu Ibrahim enjoined all Corps members to take full advantage of this arrangement by registering under Health Care Providers in their service locations, and always report promptly for medical attention in the event of ill health.

 

The Director-General also expressed his gratitude to the Federal Government for providing the enablement for the take-off of Corps members’ enrolment in the National Health Insurance Scheme under a comprehensive initiative known as NYSC Group Individual Family Social Health Insurance Programme (GIFSHIP).

He enjoined all Corps members to take full advantage of this arrangement by registering under Health Care Providers in their service locations, and always report promptly for medical attention in the event of ill health.

He appealed to Corps Employers to accept Corps Members that will be posted to them.

Abdullahi jalaluddeen/Kano

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