Corpers to embark on two weeks warning strike – Full Details


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​The National Youth Service Corps members (NYSC) have issued out a warning strike starting from 1st September to 14th September, 2017.

This is to implore the Federal Government of Nigeria to keep to it promise of increasing the Corp members allowance (Allawee) from N19,800 to N49,800, starting from August 2017.

It was agreed during National Corpers Forum meeting held in Abuja, that if at the end of August, Corper’s allowance is not increased to N49,800, NYSC will embark on a two week warning strike.

During this period Corps members nationwide will adhere strictly to the following:

“ 1) That Corps members nationwide will not go near their PPA or carry out their primary assignment in any form.

2) That all CDS activities will be suspended indefinitely.

3) That Corps members will not put on their khaki or anything relating to NYSC kits.

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4) That Corpers will no longer hid to the Clarion call.

Corps members nationwide are advice to adhere strictly to this information and share it across until it get to the right table.


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1 Comment

  1. Joseph zaph noma

    August 23, 2017 at 10:23 pm

    Those Corper that served before even without anything call recession where complaining then talk more of we in this kind of financial war. #19,800 can never sustain one for a month. Pls the government should come to our edge to increase our allowance if not so? Our service delivery will not be perfect.

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