The National Youth Service Corps has aforesaid that it inactive a complete of sixty five intending corps members throughout its just-concluded Batch B Stream a pair of class, for allegedly tendering faux certificates.
The NYSC authorities, in a very statement created out there to our correspondent, aforesaid on Monday that the defaulting corps members, WHO were caught in orientation camps across the thirty six states and therefore the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, had been two-handed over to the police for “further investigation and attainable prosecution.”
Recall that within the last week of August 2019 once the orientation was in its second week the corps noted that it understood over “50 unqualified graduates WHO came with faux certificates to the orientation camps” and tried to induce registered. The faux graduates were consequently decamped.
Our correspondent had also reported earlier that 25 persons were arrested during the first week of the orientation nationwide for allegedly submitting fake certificates.
It was reported that in Katsina about six people were caught and the NYSC identified two of them as Blessing Offor, who paraded a Bachelor of Science certificate in Insurance and Actuarial Science, and Chidinma Ngozi, who submitted a certificate in Bachelor of Arts in English Education.
Also in Taraba State, the NYSC caught six persons with three of the suspects identified as; Nasiru Yau, Shehu Mukhtar, and Illiyasu Usman.
The three persons all claimed to have finished from the Isfop University of Cotonou in the Republic of Benin.
In Kano State, the NYSC had said it could not register 108 prospective corps members posted to the state for presenting questionable certificates and other infractions.
The Kano State Coordinator of the scheme, Mr. Ladan Baba, also said that 1,700 prospective corps members were deployed to the state, but 1,592 were registered.
In the statement, the NYSC Director of Press and Public Relations, Mrs. Adenike Adeyemi, noted that the NYSC Director-General, Brig-Gen Shuaibu Ibrahim, warned that unqualified home-based and foreign-trained Nigerians would no longer pass through the scheme.