Any intending corps members who are expected to resume orientation in November 10 but who did not see any call-up letter link are to be scheduled for another streams of the programme, the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) said on Friday, November 6.
Many fresh graduates who have been at home since February awaiting the call up had expressed joy when it was announced that the orientation camps across the country would be open from November 10 after nine months of closure of orientation camps.
But it seems that the hope of many of the graduates may have been dashed as the authorities of the NYSC disclosed on Friday that those who are unable to see the call-up letter link on the corps' dashboard may have to wait for other streams.
The NYSC has various batches and streams in its one-year programme. There is Batch A that has Stream 1 and 2; there is Batch B Stream 1 and 2 and also Batch C Stream 1 and 2.
The NYSC however announced on Friday in its various social media handles that the Batch B Stream 1 intending corps members who are not able to see print call-up letter link on dashboard are to note that they have been scheduled for subsequent streams.
The NYSC added that the affected intending corps members would be notified at the appropriate time, adding that they should also continue to check the dashboard for more information.
According to the statement: "ATTENTION 2020 BATCH 'B' PROSPECTIVE CORPS MEMBERS. In line with COVID-19 protocols, those of you who are yet to see print call-up letter link on dashboard are to note that you have been scheduled for subsequent streams.
"You will be notified at the appropriate time, also continue to check your dashboard for more Information."
Some of the intending corps members expressed their frustrations on the social media over the two-paragraph statement issued by the NYSC with some speaking about it on Twitter and others on Facebook.
As of the time of writing this report at 5.45 pm on Friday, over 780 people including intending corps member have expressed their feelings on Facebook while over 300 people made comments about the development on Twitter.
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