The Assistant Director Deployment and Relocation NYSC Osun State, Mr. Lawal Taofeek, has commended the intellectual strength of the 2022 Batch B Stream 1 Corps members saying that by the record most of them graduated with first class, distinction and upper credit from various institutions across the country.
Myschoolnews reports he stated this while delivering a lecture on Deployment and Relocation for the newly sworn-in Corps members deployed to the State at the Multipurpose Hall of the NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Ede on Tuesday.
Speaking further, Mr. Lawal stressed that he is pleased with the Batch B but warned against peddling of false information on NYSC matters especially with regards to the disqualification of persons above 30 years, among others.
According to Lawal, Prospective Corps members can only be declined registration during Orientation on the basis of over age; stating that if at the time of graduation the prospective Corps member is above 30 years of age such a person will not be mobilised into the Scheme.
He further explained that Prospective Corps members should always ensure their date of birth corresponds with that on their WAEC results, date of graduation and also their course of study synchronized.
However, Mr. Lawal intimated Corps members seeking redeployment that such can only be granted on two basis namely: Marital or Health grounds. He warned that Corps members should not pay for any NYSC service be it relocation or posting as NYSC services are absolutely free.