Corps Members To Start Carrying Guns If-NYSC DG


The Director-General of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Gen Shuaibu Ibrahim, on Thursday said that corps members can be drafted to go to war.

The NYSC Boss stated that corps member were part of the national defence policy of Nigeria, adding that they can be mobilised for war if need be.

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Ibrahim said this while reacting to moves to scrap the NYSC scheme in an interview with Channels Television on Wednesday, June 3.

According to him, “Corps members are on reserve. They are part of the national defence policy of this country. So, where there is serious war, our corps members are educated, they are knowledgeable and they can be trained. You see the drill and so on.

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“You can imagine within the short three weeks in the orientation camps, the corps members are moulded. They are like soldiers.

“You see female corps members blowing the army horn, playing with the military band.So, if not for the knowledge, where are you going to mobilise such young Nigerians to train them quickly to put in their best for the country?

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“So, corps members are on reserve. They are also part of the national defence policy.”


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