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Fact About NYSC

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) is an organization set up by the Nigerian government to involve the country’s graduates in the development of the country. There is no military conscription in Nigeria, but since 1973 graduates of universities and later polytechnics have been required to take part in the National Youth Service Corps program for one year. This is known as national service year. Ahmadu Ali served as the first Director-General of the NYSC until 1975. The incumbent Director-General is Brig. Gen. Sule Zakari Kazaure

The NYSC scheme was created in a bid to reconstruct, reconcile and rebuild the country after the Nigerian Civil war. The unfortunate antecedents in our national history gave impetus to the establishment of the National Youth Service Corps by decree No.24 of 22nd May 1973 which stated that the NYSC is being established “with a view to the proper encouragement and development of common ties among the youths of Nigeria and the promotion of national unity”. As a developing country. Nigeria is further plagued by the problems attendant upon a condition of under development, namely; poverty. mass illiteracy, acute shortage of high skilled manpower (coupled with most uneven distribution of the skilled people that are available), woefully inadequate socioeconomic infrastructural facilities, housing.

Water and sewage facilities, road, healthcare services, and effective communication system. . Faced with these almost intractable problems, which were further compounded by the burden of reconstruction after the civil war, the government and people of Nigeria set for the country, fresh goals, and objectives aimed at establishing Nigeria as:

    1. A united, strong and selfreliant nation
    1. A great and dynamic economy
    1. A land of bright and full opportunities for all citizens
    1. The government and people of Nigeria are not aware that sound and patriotic leadership is a precondition for the rapid social and economic development of the country. As a nation, Nigeria has been less fortunate in the kind of leadership that emerge to govern the affairs of the country in the period immediately after independence, a leadership whose achievements notwithstanding, was none the less ill-prepared. and generally not properly motivated to tackle the problems of socioeconomic under development, in the interest of the country as a whole.
    1. There is no gain saying the fact that the future of any country depends on the youths. The youths of Nigeria acknowledge this fact, and have consistently laid claim to the nation’s leadership.
    1. While one may give credence to the saying that leaders are born, not made, one must also concede to the fact that leadership in a modem society requires a certain degree of preparation and orientation before the assumption of that role.
    1. The universities and other institutions of higher learning are normally expected to be training ground for future leaders, except that, as we are all aware, these institutions are first and foremost committed to the advancement of learning and knowledge, training of people for good citizenship. Little wonder that the products of these institutions have been accused of being too elitist in their outlook, of not identifying with the plight of common man, and of inability to appreciate predicament of the vast majority of our people who live in the rural areas.
    1. It was the need to look beyond the immediate present and to think of the future leadership of the country that necessitated the mobilisation of certain categories of our youths through the National Youth Service Corps Scheme. This was done with a view to giving them the proper guidance and orientation relevant to the needs of the country. The National Youth Setvice Corps Decree No. 24 which has now been repealed and replaced by Decree 51 of 16th June 1993, was then formally promulgated.
  1. The purpose of the scheme is primarily to inculcate in Nigerian Youths the spirit of selfless service to the community, and to emphasize the spirit of oneness and brotherhood of all Nigerians, irrespective of cultural or social background. The history of our country since independence has clearly indicated the need for unity amongst all our people, and demonstrated the fact that no cultural or geographical entity can exist in isolation.

The office of the Director-General consists of four units:

Operation

Corps members are posted to states far from their state of origin where they are expected to mix with people from different ethic groups, social and family backgrounds, and learn the culture of the indigenes in the location they are posted to. This action is aimed at bringing about unity in the country and help the youths appreciate other ethnic groups. There is an “orientation” period of approximately three weeks spent in a military controlled “camp” away from family and friends. There is also a “passing out ceremony” at the end of the three weeks orientation camp after which corp members are posted to their Place of Primary Assignment (PPA). They are expected to work as full time staff at their PPA with exception of one working day devoted for the execution of community development service. After eleven months at their PPA, corp member are allowed a one month of vacation before their final passing out ceremony where they would be issued certificates of completion.

Merit

Nigerian Graduates are ineligible for employment in governmental establishments (and few private establishments) till they have completed the mandatory one year service. Graduates who are exempted from the service include those above the age of thirty (30) and those with physical disability, therefore completing the service year entitles one to employment. During the service year, Corps members have the opportunity of learning the cultures of other people. An NYSC forum dedicated to the NYSC members was built to bridge the gap amongst members serving across Nigeria and also an avenue for corpers to share job information and career resources as well as getting loans from the National Directorate Of Employment,

Objectives of the scheme

The objectives of the National Youth Service Corps Scheme are clearly spelt out in Decree No.51 of 16th June 1993 as follows:

  • To inculcate discipline in Nigerian youths by instilling in them a tradition of industry at work, and of patriotic and loyal service to Nigeria in any situation they may find themselves.
  • To raise the moral tone of the Nigerian youths by giving them the opportunity to learn about higher ideals of national achievement, social and cultural improvement
  • To develop in the Nigerian youths the attitudes of mind, acquired through shared experience and suitable training. which will make them more amenable to mobilisation in the national interest
  • To enable Nigerian youths acquire the spirit of self reliance by encouraging them to develop skills for self employment
  • To contribute to the accelerated growth of the national economy
  • To develop common ties among the Nigerian youths and promote national unity and integration
  • To remove prejudices, eliminate ignorance and confirm at first hand the many similarities among Nigerians of all ethnic groups
  • To develop a sense of corporate existence and common destiny of the people of Nigeria.
  • The equitable distribution of members of the service corps and the effective utilisation of their skills in area of national needs
  • That as far as possible, youths are assigned to jobs in States other than their States of origin
  • That such group of youths assigned to work together is as representative of Nigeria as far as possible
  • That the Nigerian youths are exposed to the modes of living of the people in different parts of Nigeria
  • That the Nigerian youths are encouraged to eschew religious intolerance by accommodating religious differences
  • That members of the service corps are encouraged to seek at the end of their one year national service, career employment all over Nigeria, thus promoting the free movement of labour
  • That employers are induced partly through their experience with members of the service corps to employ more readily and on a permanent basis, qualified Nigerians, irrespective of their States of origin.

Demerit

The program has been met with serious criticism by a large portion of the country and complains from NYSC members about underpayment, late payment or no payment at all. Several youths carrying out the NYSC program have been killed in the regions where they were sent due to religious violence, ethnic violence or political violence. Asides the issue of security, many have wondered the continued importance of the scheme and have called for a dialogue in this regard. Many cite the fact that the program has failed to achieve any of its setted objectives. They simply see it as a waste of time and a waste of Nigeria’s resources. Some even argue that the program is a conduit for massive corruption, while others see it as government providing cheap labour for schools and its other agencies.

REFORM

The Reforms unit is headed by a Deputy Director and is structured into 4 branches namely:

  1. Service delivery
  2. Anti-corruption
  3. Gender
  4. Distress Call Centre

Functions of the Reform Unit Include:

  1. To coordinate all reform programmes within the scheme with a view to adapting to changes and overcoming challenges.
  2. To ensure improved service delivery through monitoring of Departments and States Secretariats
  3. To ensure strict compliance of reforms initiatives through enlightment of staff on best ways of actualizing reform initiatives.
  4. Coordinates meetings of stakeholders’ consultative forum on service delivery and other activities of the Scheme to ensure results and reform compliance.
  5. To ensure bridging of communication gap between management and its client and customers, through various compliant mechanisms such Distress Call Center, Servicom Customer Relations Activities Register (S.C.R.A.R)
  6. To periodically publish summary of complaints, commendations and compliment from NYSC clients and give appropriate report to Management.
  7. To monitor activities of schedule officers of Anti-Corruption, Gender, Service Delivery in the States
  8. To coordinate and mentor the different Youth Corps Groups handling volunteer services at the grass roots such as Service Delivery Vanguard, National anti-corruption Volunteer Corps.
  9. To implement national Gender Policy in the Scheme
  10. To liaise with relevant bodies on Gender issues and advice Management accordingly
  11. Attend National and international Conferences and Seminars
  12. Investigation of petitions and complaints and render report to Management
  13. Implement Anti-Corruption agenda as it relates to Anti-Corruption Operational guidelines.
  14. To report to the Director-General and also carryout other duties as may be assigned

LEGAL

The legal unit is headed by a Deputy Director and performs the following functions:

  1. Gives legal advice to NYSC Management on any matter that bothers on the operations of the NYSC
  2. Represents the NYSC in all litigations involving the NYSC
  3. Formalizes all contracts involving the NYSC
  4. Drafts MOU for any partnership the NYSC wants to go into
  5. Represents the NYSC on the Board of the Legal Aid Counci
  6. Serves as the secretariat of the NYSC National Governing Board

AUDIT

The Internal Audit unit is headed by a Deputy Director and charged with the responsibility to conduct a detailed audit of the Accounts and records of the Scheme as well as Examination of the systems and procedures in place. The overall goal of the Internal Audit is to assist Management in effective analysis of results and make recommendations on the activities so reviewed.

Functions of the Audit Unit:

  1. Pre-payment Audit of all vouchers at the NDHQ
  2. Monthly post-audit of the NDHQ books and records.
  3. Quarterly post-Audit of State Secretariats, NYSC Ventures and NDHQ Books and Records.
  4. On the spot Assessment during Orientation exercise
  5. Half-yearly Stock-Taking at the NYSC Central Stores.
  6. Annual Closure of Books of Accounts and Records of NDHQ, State Secretariats and Ventures.
  7. Closure of NDHQ Central Stores/End –of- Year stock -taking

PRESS AND PUBLIC RELATIONS

The unit is presently headed by a Deputy Director and it performs the following functions:

  1. Collating, Processing and disseminating information that project the activities of the NYSC to the mass media and other publics
  2. Maintains Information data bank for storage and retrieval of information for purposes of research, historical records etc
  3. Maintains effective and adequate media relations
  4. Handles the advertising aspects of the scheme’s programmes and activities not covered by media relations
  5. Takes charge of corporate image management for the organization through a mix of public relations strategies
  6. Ensures scientific feedback systems through deliberate information evaluation to constantly gauge the Scheme’s public perception
  7. Services NYSC conferences, seminars, workshops and other function
  8. Maintains and updates the Protocol lists of private and public offices and functionaries
  9. Takes care of the Scheme’s event planning and Management
  10. Accords photographic and video coverage to all NYSC events and ensure proper documentation of all official events and activities in visuals, video and photo albums.
  11. Handles and maintains all NYSC communication gadgets
  12. Making passages for Director- General, Directors and guest of the Scheme
  13. It is the editorial engine for all the Schemes publications
  14. It coordinates the publications emanating from the 36 field offices including the FCT
  15. Compiles, processes, plans and publishes a monthly standard Newspaper, a standard Quarterly Magazine
  16. Compiles and publishes a periodic enlightenment documents on security tips for Corps members
  17. Acquires other publications as books, magazines, newspaper and other materials considered relevant to the Scheme.

The objectives of the National Youth Service Corps Scheme are clearly spelt out in Decree No.51 of 16th June 1993 as follows:

  1. To inculcate discipline in Nigerian youths by instilling in them a tradition of industry at work, and of patriotic and loyal service to Nigeria in any situation they may find themselves.
  2. To raise the moral tone of the Nigerian youths by giving them the opportunity to learn about higher ideals of national achievement, social and cultural improvement
  3. To develop in the Nigerian youths the attitudes of mind, acquired through shared experience and suitable training. which will make them more amenable to mobilisation in the national interest
  4. To enable Nigerian youths acquire the spirit of self reliance by encouraging them to develop skills for self employment
  5. To contribute to the accelerated growth of the national economy
  6. To develop common ties among the Nigerian youths and promote national unity and integration
  7. To remove prejudices, eliminate ignorance and confirm at first hand the many similarities among Nigerians of all ethnic groups
  8. To develop a sense of corporate existence and common destiny of the people of Nigeria.
  9. The equitable distribution of members of the service corps and the effective utilisation of their skills in area of national needs
  10. That as far as possible, youths are assigned to jobs in States other than their States of origin
  11. That such group of youths assigned to work together is as representative of Nigeria as far as possible
  12. That the Nigerian youths are exposed to the modes of living of the people in different parts of Nigeria
  13. That the Nigerian youths are encouraged to eschew religious intolerance by accommodating religious differences
  14. That members of the service corps are encouraged to seek at the end of their one year national service, career employment all over Nigeria, thus promoting the free movement of labour
  15. That employers are induced partly through their experience with members of the service corps to employ more readily and on a permanent basis, qualified Nigerians, irrespective of their States of origin

Vision and Mission

Vision Statement

To develop a sound and result oriented organization that is strongly committed to its set objectives particularly those of national unity and even development. An organization that is well motivated and capable of bringing out the best qualities in our youths and imparting in them the right attitude and values for nation-building. An organization that serves as a catalyst to national development, and a source of pride and fulfillment to its participating graduate youths

Mission Statement

To build a pragmatic organization that is committed to its set objectives with the ultimate goal of producing future leadership with positive national ethos-Leadership that is vibrant, proud and committed to the unity and even development of the Nigeria State.

To be at the fore front of National development efforts, as well as serve as a profitable platform for imparting in our youths values of nationalism, patriotism, loyalty and accountable leadership.

To raise the moral tone of our youths by giving them opportunity to learn about high ideals of national achievement, social and cultural improvement.

To develop in our youths attitude of mind acquired through shared experience, and suitable training which would make them more amenable to mobilization in the national interest.

To ensure Nigerian youths acquire the spirit of self-reliance, a reliable source of economic empowerment and effective participation in nation building.

To develop an organization that is alive to its responsibilities and responsive to the needs of the country.

Administratively Structured of NYSC

The National Youth Service Corps is administratively structured within the framework of the NYSC Act aimed at achieving its set objectives. The Structure is as follows:

NATIONAL GOVERNING BOARD

The National Governing Board also known as the Directorate is at the apex and the highest policy-making organ of the Scheme. The Board comprises of the following members, appointed by the President, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces:

  1. A Chairman
  2. One representative of the Committee of Vice-Chancellors
  3. One representative of the Committee of Rectors of Polytechnic
  4. One representative of the Chief of Army Staff
  5. One representative of the Inspector-General of Police
  6. One representative of the Nigerian Employers Consultative Association
  7. The Director-General
FUNCTIONS OF THE DIRECTORATE (NATIONAL GOVERNING BOARD)

The Directorate shall:

  1. Draw up detailed programmes of training and schedules which shall be designed for achieving the objective of the service corps
  2. Ensure that such programmes and schedules are strictly adhered to
  3. Maintain regular contacts with all universities, polytechnics and colleges in Nigeria and abroad where applicable
  4. Assign members of the service corps to the programmed in the states as provided by the Directorate
  5. Co-ordinate the work of the State Governing Boards in furtherance of the objectives of the Decree
  6. Assess and review, from time to time, the progress of the service corps
  7. Make and submit all statutory and other reports as may be required of it to the presidency
  8. Have the power to appoint (including power to appoint on promotion and transfer and confirmation of appointments) advance, terminate and discipline employees holding or acting in any office in the Directorate

STATE/FCT SECRETARIATS

There are NYSC offices in all the States and the Federal Capital Territory. Just like it exists at the national level, each state and the Federal Capital Territory has a Governing Board which consists of the following members:

  1. A chairman who shall be appointed by the State Governor/Minister of the Federal Capital territory
  2. A member of the Armed Forces of the Federation
  3. A member of the Nigeria Police Force
  4. Five other persons who shall be appointed from among persons concerned with the following sectors of the Nigerian economic at least one of whom shall represent
    • Commerce and industry
    • Agriculture and natural resources
    • Local government
    • Education
  5. The State coordinator of the service corps

With the exception of the State Coordinator, all members of the State/FCT Governing Board shall be appointed by the State Governor/FCT Minister.

Each NYSC Secretariat is headed by a staff of the NYSC on Grade Level 16 known as State Coordinator. The State Coordinator is in-charge of the day to day administration of the Scheme at the State/FCT level and is assisted by Assistant Directors at the State Secretariat and Zonal and Local Government inspectors at the Zonal and Local Government Areas.

FUNCTIONS OF NYSC STATE/FCT GOVERNING BOARD
  1. Arranging and providing accommodation, boarding, transportation, and providing other facilities which are essential for the welfare of the service corps and success of the scheme in the State.
  2. Assembling reports on members of the service corps and transmitting them
  3. Arranging the provision of facilities for orientation and winding-up exercises
  4. Coupling information on such opportunities as may be for employment in the States.
  5. Deploying corps members of the service corps within the State

OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR-GENERAL

The Director-General is appointed by the President, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces. He is the Chief Executive and is charged with general responsibility for matters affecting the day-to-day running of the service corps. In accordance with Section 5(3) of the NYSC Act, the Director-General is assisted by Directors at the National Directorate Headquarters and State Coordinators at the State Headquarters.

The office of the Director-General Comprises of the following Units:

  1. Reforms
  2. Legal
  3. Audit
  4. Press and Public Relations

DEPARTMENTS

The National Directorate Headquarters has eleven Departments, each of which is headed by a Director on grade level 17. Each of the Departments is further divided into Divisions which are headed by Deputy Directors on grade level 16. Each Division comprises of branches headed by Assistant Directors on grade level 15. The Departments and their branches are as follows:

  1. Human Resource Department
    1. Human Resource Planning Division
    2. Career Management Division
    3. Training and Executive Development Division
    4. Staff Welfare & Industrial Relations Division
    5. General Services Division
  2. Corps mobilization
    1. Evaluation Division
    2. Mobilization Division
    3. Deployment Division
  3. Corp Welfare and Inspectorate
    1. Corps Welfare Division
    2. Corps Insurance Division
    3. Corps Inspection Division
    4. Corps Discipline and Merit Division
    5. Corps Health Division
  4. Skills Acquisition & Entrepreneurship Development
    1. Skills Acquisition Division
    2. Entrepreneurship and Empowerment Division
  5. Community Development Service
    1. Community Development Service Division
    2. Scheme collaboration Division
    3. Special Projects Division
  6. Finance and Accounts
    1. Budget Division
    2. Account Division
  7. Planning, Research and Statistics
    1. Policy and Planning Division
    2. Research, Statistics & Library Division
    3. Project Monitoring & Evaluation Division
    4. Technical Assistance Division
  8. Information Communication and Technology
    1. Data Management Services Division
    2. Hardware & Software Development Support Division
  9. Corps Certification
    1. Exemption Division
    2. Certification Division
    3. Verification Division
  10. Ventures Management
    1. Arable farms
    2. Factories
    3. Mills
    4. Animal Husbandry
  11. Procurement
    1. Capital Procurement Division
    2. Recurrent Procurement Division

National Youth Service Corps Year: Overview

The National Youth Service Corps Year comprises of four (4) main segments in which every Corps Members must satisfactorily participate before he/she is qualified to be issued a certificate of National Service. The service year therefore comprises of:

  1. Orientation Courses
  2. Primary Assignment
  3. Community Development Service
  4. Winding – Up/Passing –out

ORIENTATION COURSE

A National Youth Service Corps year starts with a 3 weeks orientation course and it is compulsory for all Nigeria graduates mobilised for national service. The course lasts for three (3) weeks and is designed to achieve the following objectives:

  1. To give Corps Members a better understanding of the objectives of the NYSC Scheme and enable them internalise its ideals
  2. To acquaint members with their environment in their political, cultural, social and economic setting
  3. To prepare Corps members for their particular roles in the Scheme.
  4. To equip them with practical social and leadership skills that will enable them meet the challenges of the service year ahead.
  5. To inculcate in the Corps members the spirit of national consciousness as a basic ingredient in nation building.
  6. To instil discipline in the youths.
  7. To give Corps members adequate physical and mental training.
  8. To imbibe them with the Spirit of collective responsibility.

To achieve the above objectives the orientation course opens with a swearing –in/opening ceremony presided over by the executive Governor of the State/FCT Minister. The oath of Allegiance and the National Pledge are administered by the Chief Judge of the State/FCT.

The orientation course content involves physical training, drills, lectures on the people and tradition of the host State, professional lectures for Corps health personnel’s, lawyers, teachers and Skill acquisition training e.t.c. Corps members participate in social activities designed to create opportunities for them to interact.

They participate in dance and drama competitions, Miss NYSC and Mr Macho.

They also participate in inter platoon competitions on football, volleyball, table tennis, cooking and sanitation.

Corps members are also trained on Man ‘O’ War activities leading to competitions on inter platoon drills and tug of war.

Special Project and Collaboration with other Agencies

The National Youth Service Corps is in collaboration with some international, national, regional and local Agencies in many areas of human and societal developmental needs towards meeting the national and global challenges. The list of the special projects and programmes is inexhaustible, the collaborative efforts have generated series of activities, training and programmes with various agencies as under-listed.

International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)

International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) based in Colorado State University , USA is involved in training of NYSC staff in the area of Participatory process for Sustainable Development.

JOHN HOPKINS UNIVERSITY JHU/CCP

JOHN HOPKINS UNIVERSITY JHU/CCP Nigeria supported by USAID is based in Nigeria and engages in training of NYSC staff and to address issues on Good Governance and Reproductive Health using corps members.

Ea-Net Africa

Ea-Net Africa is a non-profit, non-governmental organization on restoration of ecological balance using corps members as Ecological Vanguards.

Energy Commission of Nigeria (ECN)

The NYSC partners with Energy Commission of Nigeria (ECN) in the area of Renewable Rural Energy Project, which assists in training of a selected group of corps members in the construction of renewable energy device such as bio-gas digesters, photo voltaic energy device, less wood stove et cetera

UNICEF

United Nations International Children Education Fund (UNICEF) collaborates with the NYSC in the areas of Reproductive Health and HIV/AIDS prevention, care and support project using corps members as Peer Educators in secondary schools.

USAID

Global HIV/AIDS Initiative Nigeria supported by the USAID is supporting this initiative by providing counselling, testing and Anti-Retroviral Drugs.

WHO

Corps members serve as independent monitors during poliomyelitis immunization in the country. They also participate in public enlightenment campaigns on immunization against deadly diseases like polio, measles, diphtheria, whooping cough, tuberculosis as well as in the control of malaria, diarrhea, etc.

UNESCO

United Nations Education Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) collaborates towards improving the reading culture of Nigerians particularly in the rural areas through the establishment of rural libraries using corps members.

BRITISH COUNCIL/WORLD BANK

British Council/World Bank Institute (BC/WBI) is in collaboration with the NYSC in the area of creating awareness on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGS) and the National Economic Empowerment and Development Strategy (NEEDS) for application in the community development service (CDS) projects of corps members.

WOTCLEF

Women Trafficking and Child Labour Eradication Foundation (WOTCLEF) is in partnership with NYSC in the area of campaign against women trafficking, child labour and HIV/AIDS. It is a project supported by DFID of the British High Commission and recently by PATH of the USAID. WOTCLEF works in tandem with National Agency for protection against Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP), an agency established through the influence and success of the WOTCLEF project to enforce the law on trafficking in persons in Nigeria

United States Embassy

United States Embassy is using corps members in creating awareness on environmental regeneration and in checking pollution, habitat conservation, waste management and liter collection in partnership with some selected state government and the Ecological Fund.

NDLEA

Corps members form Drug-free clubs and organize public enlightenment campaigns through lectures, debates, seminars, rallies, etc in schools, motor parks, markets and public squares in their host communities.

ICPC/EFCC

Corps members are organized into various groups to campaign against corruption, fraud and other forms of economic and financial crimes.

SERVICOM

Under this platform, corps members form CDS groups in their places of primary assignment to promote effective service delivery at the national, state and Local Government levels. They assist in carrying out Servicom sensitization in both the public and private sectors of the society.

LEGAL AID

In collaboration with the legal Aid Council and other human rights groups, corps members form CDS groups to provide legal aid services for widows, children and other less privileged groups who fall victims to denial and violation.

NYSC Department and their Functions

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