A video which went viral last week had a Corper that was dehumanized, severely beaten and poured unknown substance by a female army personnel. A serving member of the ongoing National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) identified as Ezeiruaku Ifenyinwa Fidelia was severely punished by a female army officer in person of Lt. Chika Viola Anele last week in Calabar.
Few days ago, Ezeriuaku Ifenyinwa Fidelia, a serving member of the National Youth Service Corps was punished by a female soldier. According to Pulse, the lady said the soldier bath her with sand and water because of small chops. In her words she says, "This thing started the day we went to Eburutu for drilling competition, I was among those ushering people in.
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Photo Credit: Google Corps Member Dehumanized My Soldier Reacts Photo Credit: SaharaReporters A serving corps member of the National Youth Service Corps, Ezeiruaku Ifeyinwa Fidelia, brutalised by a female commissioned army officer, Lieutenant Chika Viola Anele, after an alleged argument between the duo, said she has not recovered from the incident.
"Ever Since The Incident, I Haven't Been Myself"- Lady Who Was Beaten By A Female Army Finally Speaks
A few minutes ago, one of the popular Nigerian entertainment blogs released a video of a lady who happened to be one of the Nigerian Youth Corps Members currently serving in Calabar narrating the incident that happened to her. Recall that two days ago, a video showing how a member of the National Youth Service Corps was dehumanised by a female Nigerian soldier went viral on social media and after this, the Nigerian Army reacted by saying what happened is highly unprofessional and unacceptable.
In a recent statement allegedly made by the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) which has now gone viral, corps members were advised to develop personal relationship with their kidnappers should they get kidnapped. They were also told to tell their family and loved ones to prepare ransom for their release in case they get kidnapped while serving their motherland.
The usefulness of the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, program in the Nigeria of today is still being debated. Those who want it scrapped and those who want it retained have sound reasons for their stand. The news making the round that the NYSC authorities advised corps members to ask their people to arrange ransom money for kidnappers when embarking on their journey across the country will refresh the debate for and against the existence of the scheme.
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NYSC Denies Express Advice For Corpers. The management of the National Youth Service Corps has denied an express advice in the handbook issued to youth corps members. Photo Credit: Punch Newspapers The handbook is titled, Security Awareness and Education Handbook For Corps Members and Staff, on page 56, had advised corps members travelling on high-risk roads to alert their family members, friends and colleagues to have someone on hand to pay off the ransom that could be demanded” in case they are kidnapped.
Ifeyinwa Ezeiruaku, the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) member who was assaulted by a female soldier in Calabar, Cross River State has finally spoken about how she feels each time she remembers what the female soldier did to her. Nigerians were enraged earlier this week after a viral video showed a female soldier, Lt. Chika Anele, dehumanizing Ifeyinwa.
After an alleged altercation between the two, a serving corps member of the National Youth Service Corps, Ezeiruaku Ifeyinwa Fidelia, was brutalised by a female commissioned army officer, Lieutenant Chika Viola Anele, and claims she has not recovered. Agba Jalingo, a Nigerian journalist and human rights campaigner, posted a video on his Facebook page a few days ago showing the officer pouring an unknown white material on the kneeling corps member before hitting her with a bowl.
The female member of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has finally opened up about the incident that happened to her in Calabar. Ezeiruaku Ifeyinwa Fidelis, who was allegedly assaulted by an officer of 13 Brigade Command Calabar, Lt. Chika Viola Anele, over an argument has addressed the press concerning the event that got her brutalized.
The incident has prompted a response from the army's highest command. In a now-viral video, Army Officer Lt. Chika Viola Anele is seen washing Ezeiruaku Ifenyinwa Fidelia, a member of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), with an unknown chemical before dehumanizing her and hitting her with a bowl.
The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) management has given a directive to the corps members who will be serving the country from now on to try and get someone ready to pay their ransom should they be kidnapped at the cause of traveling to their allocated place. The NYSC management told the Corps members that there is a possibility of them being kidnapped on their way to serve or while serving their fatherland.
The Nigerian Army has reacted to the viral video being circulated in the Social Media about a female Soldier assaulting a Youth Corps Member in Cross River State. They stated that the Officer will be tried in accordance to the provisions of the Armed Forces Act for the condemnable act.
Reports reaching us from multiple sources confirmed that a part of the NYSC handbook advised Corp members travelling along high-risk roads to alert loved ones in order to have someone at hand to pay off the ransom that could be demanded by criminals. This tip was written clearly on page 56 of the 'Security Awareness And Education Handbook For Corp Members and Staff'.
The National Youth Service Corps has denied informing corps members that they should be prepared to pay abduction-for ransom, syndicates currently on the loose in Nigeria. After a security advise reportedly issued in March 2021 trended on social media, the NYSC published a reply. Between pages 58 and 59 of the Security Awareness and Education Handbook for Corps Members and Staff, according to photographs on social media, it says:
The National Youth Service Corps has admitted that copies of it pamphlets containing security tips for staff and corps members contained the clause that advises corps members to prepare for payment of ransom if abducted. The organization however stated that it realized different copies of the pamphlets are in circulation with some containing the clause while some don't.
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Develop Personal Relationship With Your Kidnappers -NYSC. The National Youth Service Corps has advised corps members to establish and maintain personal relationships with their abductors in the event of being kidnapped. Photo Credit: Peoples Gazette The Security Awareness and Education Handbook for Corps Members details what corps members should do while in captivity, such as refraining from divulging their employers’ information.
The booklet; NYSC DG Brig Gen. Shuaibu Ibrahim; Page 56 of the booklet containing the advice In what appears to be a belated disposition to review official documents, the National Youth Service Corps leadership denied express advice in the manual given to youth corps members. The manual is titled Safety Awareness and Education Manual for Corps Members and Staff.
NYSC denies advising its members to inform their family while traveling to pay ransom upon abduction
The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has denied advising its staff and members to always inform their friends and family upon travelling who would be available to pay off the ransom that could be demanded should they become a kidnap victim. The Director-General of NYSC, Brig-General Shuaibu Ibrahim appealed to parents and the public to disregard the information.
The Management of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) on Friday, September 23, debunked media reports making the rounds, that it has advised serving corps members to prepare money for ransom if they get kidnapped while travelling on high-risk roads, Newspremises reports. Newspremises recalls that, some sections of the media had previously reported on Thursday that, a security advisory introduced in March 2021, by the scheme had asked serving corps members to inform their family members and friends before embarking on a road trip as this would enable them to prepare sufficient ransom that may be required, if kidnapped and save them from untimely and brutal death in the hands of the violent criminals.