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Reps to NYSC: Lift ban on Benue graduates

By News Express on 19/10/2018

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The House of Representatives has called on the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) to rescind its decision to suspend fresh graduates from the Benue State University from participating in the scheme.

 

The House made the appeal on Thursday, following consideration of a motion sponsored by one of its members, Emmanuel Orker-jev, in which he faulted the stance of the agency.

It has also mandated its committees on youth development and legislative compliance to ensure strict adherence to its resolution within a week.

 •Sourced from Channels TV report 

 

Source News Express

Posted 19/10/2018 05:14:44 AM

 

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