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NYSC Board Inspects Facilities At Lagos Orientation Camp

The Chairman, National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Governing Board, Prof. Joseph Eberemadu, has urged the the Lagos State government to take advantage of the huge corporate presence in the state to fast track, commence work and build a befitting permanent orientation camp for the state.

The Chairman, who led a team from Abuja to inspect facilities at the temporary orientation camp in Iyana Ipaja lamented the inadequacy and overstretched conditions of facilities at the camp

“The temporary camp here is no longer adequate; I urge the state coordinator and his team to explore the heavy corporate presence here to get sponsorship for the building of the permanent camp.

“Lagos is too important to continue operating from this temporary site, which is no longer adequate.”

The team on arrival at the camp inspected corps members taking lessons in skill acquisition inspected the kitchen and the camp clinic where he urged the corps members not to lose sight of the importance of the training as option B plan in addition to their academic qualifications.


He advised those in the kitchen and others sections to take advantage of the various exposures and training in preparation for the challenges of unemployment ahead, saying “the SAED programme was designed to prepare you, corps members, for employment challenges after the service year”.

Earlier, the State Coordinator, Prince Mohammed Momoh had briefed the visitors on the situation and number of corps member on the camp, saying that the 2,794 corps members comprise of 1,185 males and 1,609 females.

Prince Momoh told the Prof Eberemadu led delegation that the camp clinic comprise of 31 medical Doctors, 10 nurses, 47 pharmacists, 7 physiotherapists, two optometrists, five medical laboratory scientists and two dentist, saying that are supervised and supported by medical personnel from the Orthopedic hospital, Yaba, Psychiatric hospital, the Federal Medical Centre and Lagos University Teaching Hospital as part of the medical team.

The team in company of the State Coordinator and other camp officials later paid a courtesy visit to the office of Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, the Executive Governor of the state.
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