NYSC not happy with INEC over corps members’ welfare, challenges

The National Youths Service Corps (NYSC) has said the challenges of welfare facing corps members on election duty are unfortunate and not part of the memorandum of understanding it signed with the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

The NYSC made the remarks in a statement issued by its Director of Press and Public Relations, Adenike Adeyemi in Abuja.

“The unpleasant occurrences are totally at variance with the spirit of the memorandum,” the statement read in part.

Adeyemi added that NYSC was currently meeting with the INEC management to address the corps members’ welfare issues before the rescheduled elections.

The body, however, said INEC had assured it of adequate arrangements for transport, accommodation and security, noting that it expected improved safety and welfare.

“While the incidents have been adduced to the logistic challenges which the INEC experienced, the NYSC wishes to note that the unpleasant occurrences are totally at variance with the spirit of our MoU with INEC.

“Therefore, we are currently engaged in discussion with INEC management towards ensuring that these and all other sundry issues bordering on the welfare and security of corps members are quickly addressed before the rescheduled elections.”

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