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Nigerian Graduates Who Can’t Recite English Alphabet Will Be Handed Over To Police For Prosecution – NYSC

NYSC DG has revealed that some Nigerian graduates can’t write ABCD.

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has revealed that some Nigerian students cannot recite the English alphabet and do not know a bank statement.

The NYSC Director-General, Brig. Gen. Shuaibu Ibrahim, who this during a press conference in Abuja on Thursday, 16th August 2019, said that such type of unqualified graduates will be handed over to the police for prosecution.

According to the NYSC Act, such fake graduates are liable to two years in jail. Ibrahim said:

“We have already informed all the corps producing institutions of our intention to blacklist any of them that engage in this act of presentation of unqualified persons for mobilisation.

“Let me reiterate our warning that any person who presents a fake certificate in an attempt to get mobilised for service will be handed over to security agencies. We are working on fake corps members. They will be arrested and prosecuted.

“If I give you some of the write-ups of the graduates; some were told to write ABCD, they could not. They could not say what a bank statement is. They don’t know. If I show you their papers, you will feel sad. Some people have asked me if NYSC has the power to crosscheck the certification of graduates, I said no, but we have the power to ensure that unqualified Nigerians are not mobilised for service.”

Ibrahim also noted that 4,644,804 Nigerians had participated in the scheme since inception in 1973, saying the scheme had been able to achieve national integration.

The DG added that 1,132,409 corps members in all had been equipped with skills acquisition and entrepreneurship development package provided by the scheme.

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