NYSC Batch C 2019 News Updates – See Official Calendar
The NYSC Batch C 2019 is all about every prospective Corps members and graduates who will be going for their National Youth Service Corps with Batch C. Either you were supposed to be with NYSC batch A or B but due to some reasons, you were unable to go with the previous batch.
Or maybe you are a fresh graduate hoping to go with the NYSC Batch C 2019, then you are in the right place.
Either you are looking for NYSC Batch C 2019 news updates or you are looking for a place to get all the news, helpful articles and assistance you need to make everything easier, you are also in the right place.
NYSC 2019 Batch C Calendar
The NYSC Calendar revealing the date for the NYSC 2019 Batch C Orientation camp is out and trending. The calendar specified the date for both Stream I and Stream II orientation camp.
According to the Calendar, the orientation camp for NYSC 2019 BATCH C Stream I will be from 8th – 28th of October 2019. While Stream II orientation camp will be from November 8th – Dec 2nd 2019
The Calendar above is an official NYSC calendar that always come out before mobilization and activities of the any coming batch.
Although, the NYSC 2019 Batch C mobilization is yet to officially begin, the timetable is also yet to be out but we now have a date and something to look up to.
The latest news about NYSC 2019 Batch C is that we now have a clue about camp date but we still have to wait for mobilization timetable to be officially out.
What all NYSC 2019 Batch C prospective Corps members should do now is stay connected and wait for mobilization timetable.
The date for the mobilization and every other aspect of the National Youth Service Corps for this batch is yet to be officially announced. All you have to do now is stay connected and stay calm.
The Mobilization will begin with the release of the NYSC Timetable and from the timetable, we will have the date for every other aspect from the senate list to the NYSC orientation camp date.
228 inmates escape as flood overflows prison, 100 rearrested in Kogi
At least 228 inmates of the Koton Karfe custodial centre (formerly known as prison) in Kogi reportedly escaped after it collapsed following heavy flooding that resulted from a torrential rain.
We understand that the development was confirmed by the comptroller general of the Nigeria Correctional Service (NCS), Jafar Ahmed.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Ahmed spoke with newsmen in Koton Kafe on Monday, October 28, saying that the flood happened at 3am.
According to him, the facility’s perimetre fence was submerged affecting the walls of two of the cells.
Ahmed, who noted that there were 228 inmates at the facility when the incident happened, added that the prison was not habitable after the flood.
Some of the inmates re-arrested are, therefore, being transferred to other prison facilities in the state.
On his part, a security adviser to Governor Yahaya Bello, retired Commodore Jerry Omadara, said at least 100 inmates had been re-arrested.
He, however, noted that some of the inmates returned on their own while some others reported themselves at police stations close to the centre.
Some of the escaping inmates were arrested by the combined team of policemen, army, navy and civil defence corps, he said.
PDP congratulates Gov. Wike over victory at Supreme Court
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Friday in Abuja, congratulated Gov. Nyesom Wike of River, over the Supreme Court judgement that affirmed his election.
The party in a statement issued by its National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan, described the judgement as the final triumph of justice and the will of the people over anti-democratic forces.
Ologbondiyan said that the judgment had further strengthened the confidence of the people on the integrity of the Supreme Court.
He said that it had also confirmed the court readiness to correct any miscarriage of justice at lower stages of justice system, particularly electoral cases.
He said that such fearless verdict was needed at all levels of the justice system to achieve the much-needed stability.
Ologbondiyan congratulated Wike and the people of Rivers state for the landmark ruling.