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The Federal Government has made a final decision on calls to abolish the Nigerian Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Ejes Gist News reports.
The Federal Government has stated that the National Youth Service Corps is here to stay, emphasizing its indisputable contributions to national development.
Mr. Sunday Dare, the Minister of Youth and Sports Development, revealed this in Abuja on Saturday night at the premiere of “A Call to Service,” an advocacy film produced by the NYSC.
The film was made to raise awareness of the program’s importance in promoting national unity, patriotism, peace, and cohesion.
The minister praised the film’s timely release, noting that the scheme’s relevance has recently been questioned and debated, with many calling for its abolition.
“After weeks and months of debates about whether the NYSC is relevant or not, and whether the scheme should be scrapped or continued, the timing of this film could not have been better.”
“In the premiere of this film, the answer to the critics, to the anti-NYSC, is found. This film must travel and be seen on every available platform in Nigeria and the diaspora; it must go viral.
“Let it be known loud and clear that the NYSC is here to stay.” The scheme is now more relevant in the country than it has ever been.”
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