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Kuje Corps members lament delay in payment of 4 months allowance

The Corps Liaison Officer (CLO) of the council, Mustapha Aliyu, led other affected Batch C corps to the chairman to register their displeasure about the…

The Corps Liaison Officer (CLO) of the council, Mustapha Aliyu, led other affected Batch C corps to the chairman to register their displeasure about the issue and other challenges facing them in the area council.
Mustapha said no corps member serving with the secretariat has received the N5,000 monthly allowance.
He also complained over inadequate accommodation, adding that over 70 corps members serving at the council manage 32 mattresses at the lodge.
“Also, not long ago, some suspected armed robbers invaded the corpers lodge and made away with our laptops and cash which is quite disturbing and worrisome,” he said.
He therefore appealed to the council chairman to come to the aid of the corps members and intensify efforts at offsetting the four months backlog of allowance.
Also speaking, the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Inspector in the area council, Mr. Elisha Zira, appealed to the council chairman to assist the corps members by providing them with mattresses and a more decent accommodation.
Responding, the council chairman, Mr. Shaban Ishaku Tete, said since the assumption of his administration, the council has been determined to cater for the welfare of every corps member serving at the council.
He attributed lack of sufficient funds as one of the challenges faced by the council in addressing some of its pressing issues, saying “I want to assure the corps members that even if it would take us sacrificing our salaries to pay all the allowances, we shall do that.”

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