Adamawa, Borno, and Yobe State will again receive the services of National Youth Corps Members as management announced the reopening of the various camps in the States before the end of the year.
This was disclosed on Thursday by Brig-General Johnson Olawumi, NYSC Director General.
He told newsmen in Katsina that the decision followed the successes recorded in the fight against insurgency in the north eastern part of the country.
He said, ‘’Since the insurgency has been reduced drastically, we are resuming orientation in Gombe state beginning with this batch ‘A’ of 2016.
‘’Adamawa state will resume with the next batch, while Borno and Yobe orientation camps will be re-opened before the end of the year,’’ he said.
The DG pointed out that the states had some of the best facilities for orientation in the country, but had to be abandoned because of the ongoing war.
He further instructed corps members not to relent in the discharge of their duties at their places of primary assignment.
The DG pleaded with the Federal and state governments to ensure prompt payment of allowances to corps members to boost their morale for effective service delivery.