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Niger Governor Gifts Corps Members N200,000 Each, Budgets N5bn for NYSC Camp

Governor Mohammed Bago of Niger State has allocated N5 billion for building a permanent National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) orientation camp in the state. He also gave each Batch B Stream I corps member N200,000, 20 cows, and a trailer load of rice to enhance their comfort during their service.

Governor Mohammed Bago of Niger State announced a commitment of N5 billion for the construction of a permanent National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) orientation camp in the state. Additionally, he gifted each of the Batch B Stream I corps members N200,000 to ensure their comfort, along with 20 cows and a trailer load of rice.

During the swearing-in ceremony of the 2024 Batch B Stream I corps members at the NYSC orientation camp in Paiko, Niger State, Bago stated, “Every corps member serving in Niger State today will receive a N200,000 bonus from Niger farms. There are about 1,600 of you, and we will credit your accounts with this amount to make your stay in Niger State comfortable. We are also investing N5 billion to build a new NYSC camp for you.”

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A statement from the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Bologi Ibrahim, also mentioned that the governor promised automatic employment for corps members in the medical field after their service. The governor reassured the corps members of their security and well-being and encouraged them to participate in the state’s agricultural revolution, offering support through Niger Foods Limited.

A total of 1,301 corps members were posted to the state under the 2024 NYSC Batch B Stream I Orientation Course. The oath of allegiance was administered by Justice Mariya Ismail on behalf of the Chief Judge of Niger State, Justice Halima AbdulMalik.

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