National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) on Wednesday interacted with some foreign tertiary
institutions in its bid to ensure that graduates mobilised for the scheme meet statutory requirements.
Successful Mobilisation of Nigerian Foreign Graduates: The Role of Stakeholders.’’
gap between NYSC and tertiary institutions in Africa.
was an opportunity to review the process with stakeholders so as to make it better.
in Africa, because the gap has created problems in the mobilisation process.
“We have established a tradition of reviewing our performance in the mobilisation process, especially in recent times.
“It is aimed at examining those challenges with a view to proffering lasting solutions.”
of foreign-trained graduates.
to socio-economic development of the country.
graduates to ensure that only eligible candidates participated.
Nigerian graduates to be mobilised for the NYSC scheme.
“This is also a bold step forward in the fight against corruption.’’
bridge communication gap between foreign corps producing institutions and the NYSC.
from tertiary institutions in Africa.
Cameroon, Ghana, Burkina Faso, Chad, Cote D’Ivoire, Uganda, Togo and Sierra Leone attended the meeting.
Edited by Hadiza Mohammed-Aliyu
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