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Breaking: NYSC Registration for Batch B, Stream 1 Officially Closed



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In a recent development, the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Management has alerted the public regarding a fraudulent press release allegedly issued by the organization.

The fake notice, signed by an individual named Samad Abdullahi, misleadingly announced an extension of the registration date for the 2024 Batch “B” Orientation programme. Some bloggers have erroneously attributed this false information to NYSC.

The NYSC Management has clarified that this release is fake and did not originate from the official NYSC channels. To set the record straight, the NYSC registration portal experienced a technical glitch on Saturday, June 8, 2024. This issue was promptly communicated to the Prospective Corps Members (PCMs). Once the problem was resolved, registration resumed the same day.

The registration process concluded when the maximum number of PCMs required for the incoming batch was reached, in accordance with the capacities of the 37 NYSC Orientation Camps nationwide. Consequently, the portal was closed as planned.

Management has extended apologies to those PCMs who were unable to register before the shutdown. They are reassured that the portal will reopen for the 2024 Batch “B” Stream II at a later date, which will be announced in due course.

NYSC has issued a stern warning to individuals involved in creating and disseminating fake press releases concerning NYSC operations. Such actions are illegal, and perpetrators will be handed over to law enforcement for prosecution.

Additionally, the NYSC urges online reporters and bloggers to verify the authenticity of their information with the NYSC before publication.

Eddy Megwa fnipr, Director of Information and Public Relations, emphasized that accurate information can only be obtained from official NYSC communications.

For any further inquiries or verification, please contact the NYSC directly.

Reported by NYSC Management

Bernard Bassey is a graduate of Software Engineering from AfriHUB University, Abuja. He is an expert in field journalism, his interest in socio-politics activities is keen.


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