Last Updated on October 9, 2018 by Larious
We all know how difficult it is to get your choice or chosen state when it comes to Nysc posting, Even the new Nysc deployment procedure placed by the Nysc Director General doesn’t seem to work, The new deployment involves the prospective corps member choice to pick 3 desired stated to be deployed for the Nysc exercise.
Nysc deployment procedures has gotten more difficult over the years with the high increase of prospective corps members wanting to partake in the one year compulsory Nysc exercise, Years ago the Nysc deployment procedures was very straight and easy to process and your desired state is given to you on a platter of gold, even if your desired state is not given, you won’t be posted to the Boko haram infested states in the north. Also if you know someone at the top you can easily be favored and posted to your choice state.
But of recent years, the Nysc deployment process has been a cumbersome battle where it is very difficult to get your choice state and most prospective corps members are been duped and swindled by con men that claims to help them get their desired state, they collect huge sums of money for the ignorant party, I know of several friends who paid huge sums of money to get their desired posting, and when the Nysc call up letter came out they were posted to the far north.
As an ex corper who served last year Nysc Batch C 2014 set, I experienced a lot when it comes to Nysc deployment and posting, lots of my friends were boosting that they would be posted to Lagos, that they got connections at the top and bla bla bla, eventually when Nysc posting came out they were given a totally different state, some paid huge sums of money to con men who never did any deployment process for them.
Enough of the stories and sad facts, let’s get started on the main purpose of this awesome article on how to get your desired state for the Nysc batch A 2016 prospective corps members.
Am well aware of the new Nysc deployment procedures, well the three desired states to be chosen doesn’t work, I know of several corps members serving now who picked three desired states to be posted to, when their call up letter came out they were posted to an entirely different state. So why is Nysc giving prospective corps members hope they would be posted to at least one of the three states chosen? Only a few were eventually given one desired state out of the three states they choose.
I got great news for the Nysc Batch A 2016 prospective corps members going to Nysc orientation camp March 2016. I heard the online registrations starts on the 7th of February 2016, and many are eager to quickly start registrations and maybe lucky enough to be given one of the three desired states.
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