Going for the compulsory one-year National Youth Service should be more ‘rewarding’ in the years ahead following the revelation that the Federal Government has begun an upward review of the N19, 800 monthly allowance currently being paid to members of the scheme.

The planned upward review of the 'allowee' for Corpers was revealed by the Director-General of the scheme, Brig Gen Suleiman Kazaure.

The DG stated this on Thursday, noting that the NYSC, through the Ministry of Youth and Sports Development, received a letter from the Presidency, which confirmed that the process to review the allowance of corps members had started.

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Kazaure, who disclosed this while inspecting the NYSC Orientation Camp in Abuja, said the Presidency had also sent a copy of the letter to the Ministry of Finance for further consideration.

The DG said, “The Federal Government is working to increase your monthly allowance. Therefore, wherever you find yourselves, conduct yourself well and be good ambassadors for the country. We received a letter from the Presidency through the Ministry of Youth and Sports and copied to the Ministry of Finance, which shows that the corps members’ allowance will be reviewed upward. This is in the pipeline.”

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