The management of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has announced that it has begun the payment of outstanding allowance to Corps Members nationwide.
The announcement comes after initial delays attributed to “technical problems with the payment platform.”
In a post on its verified Facebook account, the NYSC said it is pleased to inform all serving Corps Members and the general public that the payment of outstanding allowance to Corps Members has commenced nationwide.
It read: RE: PAYMENT OF OUTSTANDING ALLOWANCE TO CORPS MEMBERS
The Management of National Youth Service Corps is pleased to inform all serving Corps Members and the general public that the payment of outstanding allowance to Corps Members has commenced nationwide.
The initial delay as a result of some technical hitches has been finally resolved.
Management appreciates and commend the patience, understanding, resilience and patriotism that was shown by the Corps Members while the unforseen challenge lasted.
We wish to reiterate our determined commitment to the welfare of Corps Members especially the timely payment of Corps Members’ personal allowance and we are committed to making this a top priority at all times.
Finally, we like to give the assurance that concerted efforts and logistics are being worked out and put in place to ensure a permanent solution to forestall future occurrence.