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GOOD NEWS: NYSC Ready To Allow Corps Members To Seek Re-deployment From North-East, SEE Conditions Attached

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The National Youths Service Corps, NYSC, seems to have yielded to public pressure calling for the re-deployment of corps members posted to crisis zones in the northern part of Nigeria.

According to THISDAY, the Director General of NYSC, Brig. Gen. Jonson Bamidele Olawumi, on Wednesday said plans were under-way to initiate new laws that would empower corps members posted to crisis zones to seek immediate re-deployment.

It was further gathered that Gen. Olawumi disclosed this while commencing NYSC’s two-day pre-mobilisation workshop for Batch B corps in Enugu, saying that existing policies were being reviewed in order to expand the scope of areas of primary assignment for corps members.

The DG reportedly stated that the new policy would help to tackle the challenge of rejection of corps members by employers.

He noted that as a result of the security challenges in the country, corps members are now at liberty to seek re-deployment when posted to states under emergency rule in the northern part of the country.

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“The policy we are talking about in terms of review has to do with widening the scope. As you are aware, for now we are bound by the fact that we deploy corps members to only four key areas; talking about agriculture, education health and rural infrastructure development.

“But we are making a case to see if we can expand beyond these four key areas so that the problem we are having with what we are doing right now especially in terms of rejection of corps members we’ll be able to mitigate that. That is the key policy that we are trying to look into for a review. We are looking at areas like banking sector, the oil and gas industry, telecommunications and other sectors,” he added.

It could be recalled that a lot of Nigerian graduates have recently been calling for a halt in their posting to some states in the north-east synonymous to Boko Haram terror attack.

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  1. Godman

    May 8, 2014 at 8:29 pm

    This thing called NYSC has outlived the purpose for which it was established, politicians just use it to loot our national treasury. It is high time Government should phase it out and empower university/polytechnic fresh graduates

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School teacher reportedly flees after allegedly flogging his student to death in Lagos

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In what will come across as a really shocking development, a Twitter user has accused a Lagos teacher of killing his brother.

The man alleged that a Lagos teacher beat his junior brother to death over the boy’s failure to correctly answer a question asked of him during their mathematics session.

The man, whose Twitter handle identified him as Ridwan Oyewunmi, on Friday narrated the incident, which he claimed involved one Elihans College in the Ikorodu area of Lagos.

He said the school authorities had made them believe the young boy, whom he identified as Boluwatife Omelaja, had slumped and died while attempting to answer a question in the front of the classroom.

“I just lost my brother to School Teacher Brutality. Mr. Emmanuel is a sec school teacher at Elihans college, Ikorodu in Lagos,” Oyewunmi wrote in a Twitter thread.

“He beat up my brother Boluwatife Omelaja (frame 2) to death on the 26th of November on the school premises because he couldn’t answer a math question he was asked correctly.

“The school initially made us believe he slumped and died while he was trying to answer the question on the board, a boy who wasn’t ill or showed any sign of sickness before.

“He was brought home in the school’s bus by the school proprietress and principal, along with Mr. Emma-whom we didn’t know was the killer at that time, and he was buried a few hours later according to the Muslims doctrine.”

Oyewunmi also said the principal conveyed the boy’s corpse with the school bus to his parents’ home.

He, however, added that one Lateef Omelaja, the deceased’s sibling, “who was prevented from leaving the school,” later returned and narrated what he claimed transpired.

“Meanwhile Bolu’s other brother, Lateef Omelaja was prevented from leaving the school premises, in order to prevent him from spreading the true news to us at home and to buy Mr. Emma more time to run away,” he added.

“We believed the cock and bull story the school fed us not until Lafeef got home at around 5 pm and narrated what really happened at the school to us.

“We also confirmed this from other students of the school including classmates of Boluwatife.

“The painful part is, the school keeps trying to cover up for Mr. Emma claiming he didn’t beat Bolu. Mr. Emma is on the run, nowhere to be found.

“I know no amount of punishment for him will bring back my brother but I just want Mr. Emma located and justice served.”

As of when this report was filed, TheCable Lifestyle has reached out to the school involved to hear its side of the story.

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I am happy without marriage, kids – Don Jazzy reveals

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Michael Collins Ajere, professionally known as Don Jazzy has said he is happy without marriage and kids.

The iconic music producer said that contrary to many people’s belief, he is happy not being married at this point in his life.

Don Jazzy stated this during an interview with The PUNCH, while speaking on the level of fulfilment he feels.

According to him, his business is doing well and family is comfortable, so the believe that he is not happy about not being married and not having children is untrue.

The music producer noted that he is very happy currently and would only start missing children sometime in the future.

When asked if he feels fulfilled, he said;

“Pretty much, yes. I am doing well and I have a beautiful business. My family is healthy and comfortable. I know a lot of people would say because I am not married and don’t have children, that means I am not happy.

“But, I am very happy (laughs). I am not missing anything. Perhaps, in the future, I would start missing little children but for now, I am actually fine. I feel fulfilled and grateful. I thank God.”

Read Full Interview HERE

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Falz excited after a street in Lagos was named after him

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Nigerian rapper, Folarin Falana popularly known as Falz has taken to social media to show his excitement after a street got named after him in Lagos state.

Street named after Falz in Lagos

The Bop Daddy crooner disclosed this on Friday, November 27, on his Instagram page after he shared a photo of himself standing under a street sign .

On the street sign, one could see “Falz Falana Lane” boldly written on it.

Street named after Falz in Lagos

Sharing his excitement, the rapper stated that there is “wahala” for anyone who doesn’t have a street named after them.

In Nigeria, streets are named after people for a purpose. It could be for their affluence, impacts or landmark achievements.

There is no doubt that Falz was honoured for his impact in music and society at large recalling how he used his voice during the recent EndSARS campaign.

His fans and industry colleagues have reacted to the photo of the singer. While Many hailed him with different love emojis, others noted that he deserved it.

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