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Donenysc posted Jan 1 at 7:21 pm

Happy new year to everyone, make this season come will so many blessings and joy to everyone.

For our PCM moving into serve in greater strength.

Our CM finishing well and strong.

And our Ex CM having their desired job and creating such for others.

See you in greater heights and feet this year. We love you

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Donenysc posted Dec 18 '19 at 12:03 pm

Congratulations to everyone Corp Member who successfully completed their orientation training today.

Are you have issues checking your relocation status, it can be so hard that you don't know either to board a bus back home or stay and go to your local government.

I also experience it, but I later tried something out that might work for you too, read to the end.

My Advice is that;

  • Pls safe conscious and carefully with your journey and vehicle.

  • Walk together and in your uniform especially in area that are not city centre.

  • Note that for Travel Permission letter you can get them Here major kind of format letter is also available on the website

  • If you are having issues checking your relocation, it might be because of traffic, be patient or you can also use a VPN to access the website, it might work.

  • Lastly let us stay connected, Telegram is a good way to do that because of its capacity, so join us

Together we are better informed

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Donenysc posted Aug 15 '19 at 1:19 pm

This house is for every participants which includes Prospective Corps Members, Corp Members and Ex Corp Members to share their stories and experiences.

Click on create topics to share your stories and experiences , it will be of benefit to someone else, ensure it is posted in the right category

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Obaseki donates equipment to tackle outbreak
Delta State government has debunked rumours that a cadet of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) was diagnosed with Lassa fever in Asaba, thereby recording an isolated case of the dreaded disease in the state capital.

The Commissioner for Information, Charles Aniagwu, made the government’s position known during a press briefing in Asaba.

Aniagwu, at the end of the first State Executive Council (Exco) meeting on Wednesday, said information from Irrua Specialist Hospital in Edo State, where the patient was erroneously rushed, proved otherwise.

His words, “I want to seize this opportunity to debunk the story making the rounds that a case of Lassa fever has been recorded in Delta. As a government, we have followed the development and can authoritatively say that it is not true, because the patient, who was erroneously rushed to the hospital at Irrua on the recommendation of Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Asaba, is responding to treatment.”

Meanwhile, Edo State government has donated of 200 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to Irrua Specialist Teaching Hospital, as part of efforts to curb the spread of the disease in the state.

The Godwin Obaseki government had over the years equipped the Institute of Lassa Fever Research and Control at the hospital with dialysis machines, ventilators, PEP and drugs, among others required for effective management and treatment of patients.

Presenting the items, the Commissioner for Health, Dr. Patrick Okundia, reassured the citizens of the Governor Obaseki-led administration’s commitment to combat the scourge, adding the donation was to arrest the spread of Lassa fever for the benefit of Edo people and to protect caregivers.

Commending the institute for its cooperation, the medical expert described the hospital as a centre of excellence in the management of Lassa fever in the country.

Earlier, the Chief Medical Director (CMD) of hospital, Prof. Sylvanus Okogbeni, who received the donation on behalf of the hospital management, expressed appreciation to Governor Obaseki for his immediate response and keen interest in fighting the scourge.


Two members of the 2019 National Youth Service Corps Batch C Stream currently undergoing the three-week orientation exercise in Ebonyi State have been sent home from camp for refusing to wear trousers.

A statement from the spokesperson of the NYSC in the state, Ngozi Ukwuoma, listed the corps members as Okafor Love Obianuju with registration number EB/19C/0523 and Odji Oritsetsolaye (EB/19C/0530).

According to the statement, they were spotted by the Camp Director, Isu Josephine, and her team during her routine morning inspection, wearing white T-shirts and skirts.

“When they were accosted and interrogated, they disclosed that they could not wear the white shorts and the trousers given to them by the NYSC since it was against their faith,” the statement read.

“Efforts were, however, made by the office of the Camp Director to make them see reason why they must obey the rules and regulations guiding the orientation and NYSC, but all efforts to do that proved futile”, the statement said

The spokesperson narrated that after efforts to make them change their minds were rebuffed, the matter was officially reported and the proceedings for de-kitting were initiated.

“The corps members were queried and subsequently made to face the camp court, where they were found guilty, having made it categorically clear that they were ready to bear the consequences of their actions”, she said.

Mrs Ukwuoma noted that the court recommendations were submitted to the camp Management and the Camp Director was directed to de-kit the Corps Members.

“They were de-kitted in the presence of security agents, who also escorted them to the gate as they left the camp”, the spokesperson added.


Can Corpers where hijab?
Hijab has been in past not part of NYSC wear but with this article you will see the commission redress of this

The National Youth Service Corps has said that it will allow female corps members, who are Muslims, to use white, shoulder-length hijabs for religious purposes.

The NYSC added that only three types of dressing used for different occasions would be acceptable for corps members.

The corps stated this in a document exclusively obtained by our correspondent in Abuja.

The document reads, “The modes of dressing for corps members are classified into three categories, which are used for different occasions. One, within the camp during the orientation programme, their normal attire, except otherwise directed, consists of a pair of white shorts with a white vest and white canvas shoes and socks.

“Two, for ceremonial purposes, the proper dressing is crested vest on top of a pair of Khaki trousers with a pair of jungle boots and socks with the trouser folded inside the socks. The belt and the Fez cap are to match.

“Three, for Man O’War activities at the camp and Community Development Service programmes, they are expected to appear in a jacket and trousers with the plain white vest inside, the jungle boot and the Fez cap, as well as a customised belt to match.

“On the use of the hijab, the NYSC does not issue the hijab as part of its uniform. However, the NYSC management allows corps members to use a white hijab that drops at shoulder level for religious purposes.”

The scheme in the document listed the complete dress kit issued to a corps member as: a set of Khaki trouser and jacket, one crested vest, a pair of jungle boot, two pairs of white shorts, two plain white vests, a pair of white canvas shoes, one Fez cap, two pairs of customised socks and a customised belt.

Source: Punch newspaper


The Management of National Youth Service Corps wishes to notify all Foreign Trained Nigerian Graduates that the Scheme has devised a new strategy of verifying certificates and other documents submitted for mobilization by foreign graduates, with effect from 2019 Batch "B" Stream Two Service Year.

To ensure that the verification exercise is carried out seamlessly, Management has earmarked one centre in each of the six geo-political zones.

The centres are:

Lagos State - NYSC Secretariat, Old Census Office, Baba Animasahun Street, Surulere, Lagos.

Enugu State - NYSC Secretariat, 2, Abakaliki Road, GRA, Enugu.

Rivers State - NYSC Secretariat, 40, Ikwere Road, Port-Harcourt, Rivers State.

Bauchi State - NYSC Secretariat, Turaki Abdu Road, Fadamar Mada, Bauchi.

Kano State - NYSC Secretariat, Gwarzo Road, Kano.
FCT (Abuja) - NYSC Secretariat, Orientation Camp, Kubwa, Abuja.

Accordingly, all Foreign Trained Nigerian Graduates are hereby advised to physically present themselves along with original copies of their certificates, transcripts, travel documents and evaluation letters from Federal Ministry of Education and residence permit (where applicable) for sighting/verification.

The verification exercise will last for four days starting from Tuesday 6th to Saturday 10th August, 2019.

All persons who were exempted from service and those whose mode of study was part-time should also present themselves with their credentials for physical verification.

Please note that this exercise is mandatory.

All foreign trained graduates are at liberty to present themselves at any of the verification centres nearest or most convenient for them.


Source: NYSC media
Posted on: @nyscmembers

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Today let us talk about NYSC certificate collection and if it is mistaken, stolen, missed or not seen by any mean. Let us be answering

Can I get a new NYSC certificate?
How can I go about replacing NYSC certificate?


Modalities for the collection of Certificate of National Service
Certificate of National Service is issued to State Secretariats at the Directorate headquarters through the State Certification Officers thrice a year for delivery to deserving Corps members.

Only Corps members duly discharged from National Service and Certificated on presentation of letters of clearance from employers, CDS Inspectors and I.D card are issued with Certificates.

Those who benefited from WAP loan facility are issued theirs on full repayment of the loans.

Corps members with pending disciplinary case(s) are not certificated until he/she is cleared.

In the case of loss of Certificate of Exemption, the following steps are to be taken.

  1. Police Extract/Report

  2. Court Affidavit

  3. Letter of Introduction from where the Ex-Corps member is discharged i.e. State of Service

  4. Where available, a copy of the lost Certificate

It is the policy of the Scheme not to reprint lost or burnt Certificates. Letters of Confirmation are issued instead.


Upon noticing any error on your Certificate, return it immediately to the State Certification Officer for possible correction where the error is traceable to NYSC. Certificates are produced based on what the Ex-Corps member penned on the format during the orientation exercise.

In case you are to proceed to NYSC NDHQ for collection of corrected Certificate, the following are required of you:

  1. Letter of Introduction from the NYSC State Secretariat addressed to the Director-General.

  2. Handwritten application.

  3. Valid I.D Card

NOTE: Certificate of National Service is not issued by proxy.

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Kopa posted May 26 at 1:04 am

Today we will be answering two major questions which is

When is next NYSC 2020 batch or stream going?
And what is the official plans of NYSC during this POP?

We start by releasing an argument why we believe and know that NYSC will never have increased the period for Batch B 2019. .

And NYSC have finally proof that they can't allow extend month. And have finally released his official memo on the state of how the POP will be taken place. Has we have been expecting NYSC to talk officially on this for a while and many have crafted out their plans of how they think how it might go.

Therefore for reminders sake we are started with questions 2;

And here is a quote from the DG of NYSC

"It is imperative to state that Corps Members who at present are not in their States of service need not violate the ban on inter-state journeys which is still in force.

However, as soon as the ban is lifted and it is safe to travel, they are expected to go to their respective States of service to collect their CNS."

As expected the parade was cancelled and the collection of certificates extended for 10 days.

But an essential question passing out members ask is

How do we get to our families and home state

But that have been simply answered by the post, NYSC like we said before is shutdowns and like in previous content of the Director-General. They will approach things like other agencies.

And will not be giving out Travel Pass has some have supposed.
At this point I say this also indirectly answer the first question. As just as stated NYSC will not do anything especially mobilization and camping until this is fully down.

Thanks for reading, you can share and comment below or reach other members of this corpers house at


This post is a response to increase interest on our Telegram ex Corp members community,

Let us start with design

Essence of design
Good design convey experience and can represent the core tenets of an organization and what that organization does. Professional logo designers will perform industry and client research, brainstorm ideas, and create sketches with their client while following principles of good logo design.

The aim of a Designer
When a designer first takes on a new logo project, he spends a lot of time trying to understand both the organization and its audience. We'll get to the process of learning what a logo needs to "say" later, but first, let's talk about what makes a great logo in the first place.
A great designer is able to capture an organization's mission and personality into a single, simple image, especially when they aren't a part of the organization themselves? Read on to find out.

Steps of making a great design
We will highlight 9 steps every PCM, Corps Members and Ex Corp members need to follow to start making great design. Let us note our focus here is on Logo design

Step 1 Start With Your Story
Step 2 Brainstorm Words That Describe Your Brand
Step 3 Sketch Ideas Based on These Words
Step 4 Test Your Top Sketches With Your Buyer Persona
Step 5 Refine Your Chosen Sketch
Step 6 Develop Your Logo's Layout on a Design Platform
Step 7 Pick Versatile Color Options
Step 8 Choose a Font
Step 9 Ensure Scalability

Making a memorable Logo design

Even though logos is often just small images, logos carry a whole lot of meaning -- and designing one comes with a whole lot of responsibility, too. Logos are usually the most recognizable representation of a company or organization. And with more information available to the average consumer today, logos also have to quickly and effectively communicate on behalf of their brand.

To tackle such a complex challenge, many brands choose to hire outside help. But for those of us who are brand new to the logo design process, working with freelancers to design a logo can be a challenge in itself.

This skills can help PCM with extra cash on campus, help CM with logo design for their CDS, and ex Corp members can be a professional in which they can be a freelancer or a chief design architect for an organisation

Principles of a great Logo design
This a principle you can start using to make your first Logo and design work. Most logo designers follow some iteration of these 5(five) principles of great logo design:

Simplicity: Is the design simple and clean enough to be flexible and easily recognizable? Is it not too busy, distracting, or confusing?

Memorability: Is it quickly recognizable? Will people only have to spend a second or two thinking about it to get it?

Timelessness: Will it still be a great logo in 10, 20, or even 50 years?

Versatility: Does it scale to different sizes without losing quality? Will it work across various media and within different contexts?

Appropriateness: Does it resonate with the desired audience?

Professional Graphic Designer believes these five principles are great for keeping designers from going too crazy when designing a new logo.

You have the tendency to be afraid or. excited about the prospect of designing stuff that looks cool and uses cool, new styles, But when you're designing a logo, you're ultimately solving for a problem. You're trying to convey something simply that gets across the core tenets of an organization and what that organization does. Keeping these five things in mind prevents you from getting carried away with the flash of what you're doing. It keeps you honest.

Casestudy of great Logo
We will only take a look at one to make this course short, there are several great iconic Logos out there you can look at, but let us talk a look at;

Evernote Casestudy
Evernote's logo is a great example of a logo that follows all five of these principles. It's an elephant, which is a reference to the well-known saying, "An elephant never forgets." The elephant's folded ear cleverly resembles the popular document icon.


Not only is the logo simple, memorable, and appropriate for its audience, its physical and digital attributes work perfectly across different media variations and usages. "There is not one application I have seen where the logo fails to fit perfectly, all the way from the 16px favicon, the browser extension icons in both colour and mono, the iOS icons, Macintosh dock icon, and so on," writes Graham Smith, a freelance designer of logos and brand identities. Plus, elephants will never go out of style.

But it took six weeks of concepting to come up with the simple elephant logo. Here are other initial ideas that were produced before the elephant was chosen.

Image Credit: Graham Smith

Once the elephant was chosen, it went through another series of iterations before the final design was chosen. The whole process took six weeks, and it's become one of the most compelling logos today.

The folks at both Evernote were able to come up with logos that keep the cornerstones of logo design top-of-mind. Now, let's delve a little more into the design process itself.

Process of making a great Logo
IF you diligently go through this course you will be able to make good quality design and especially logos like a Pro

The process might varies from designer to designer, some professional agrees to this process. Here's how them does it.

Step 1: Research the field/industry.
Before a designer like Tyler even thinks about putting pen to paper, he has to do his research. "Researching the field or industry helps designers get a sense of the environment the logo's going to live in," said Tyler. This is especially true for designers who haven't done prior work in that field or industry. "You need to know the trends and what's appropriate."

The appropriate look and feel of a real estate logo, for example, is going to be different than those of a restaurant or band logo. "You've got to see what's out there," he says. "Which conventions are worth keeping? From there, you can start thinking about how to differentiate the new logo will from the tons of pre-existing ones."

How different the new logo will be from the others depends on the context. In some cases, the logo shouldn't be radically different because you don't want to put people off. For example, in the health services industry, customers are looking for a certain level of comfort and familiarity; but in the concert industry, you might want to go with something more innovative and crazy. It varies wildly from field to field.

Step 2: Get to know the client.
Once the designer has a solid, objective understanding of the field or industry, it's time to get the best possible understand of what the client does and who their target audience is.

There are two parts of this step, says Tyler. First, there's the information you're trying to glean from them: what they do, what they think about themselves, and who they sell to. Then, there's the translation process. "If your client is a construction company but they talk a lot about how they're really family-based, the challenge is translating that ephemeral idea into something concrete. How do you capture the essence of that company?"

When this part of the process is done right, it involves a lot of back and forth, asking questions, and pushing the client to articulate and deeply explain their value proposition. For newer companies, these discussions can actually be really eye opening. "A lot of companies aren't aware of how they're different -- especially smaller companies. These logo design discussions can even help them think more about what differentiates themselves from their competitors."

Step 3: Sketch, present, and iterate on initial ideas.
"I usually try to present the client with between two and three possibilities," says Tyler. "Any more than that and you might find yourself doing revisions on all of your ideas, which sets you up with a lot more work and them up with a much higher bill."

For example, when Tyler designed the logo for Inbound Marketing Week 2015, here are the initial ideas and explorations he presented:

Step 4: Revise.
Sometimes, this step is only one little tweak. Other times, it's a series of longer revisions. Tyler says he usually specifies in the original contract how many revisions he's willing to do, which forces the client to be more thoughtful about each revision request. "Sometimes, clients ask you to start over from scratch," he says. "You can avoid this by doing your due diligence when creating the original contract."

Here is the final revision for Inbound Marketing Week's logo, along with secondary versions used on the website, lanyards, signs, and other various paraphernalia.

Step 5: Organize the final deliverable.
Once the logo's finished, Tyler will sort out with his client which file formats and other iterations they need that the logo might live on. For example a restaurant might need menus, signage, and t-shirts designed.

Designing a logo from scratch is a difficult creative process that takes a lot of research, knowledge of a business and its audience, and a deep consideration for the principles of logo design. But if you partner with the right designers and have a solid process in place, you should end up with something your company loves (and people can understand).

I hope this answers address the questions of how to design a logo, if u still find any difficulty, you can share on the life after NYSC platform

sticky posted Apr 28 at 7:57 pm


Why don't you add another skill to your archive. You do not want to be caught unawares after this lockdown. 🙅🏾‍♀️

My name is Raphael and I am a serving Corp member in Eket, Akwa-ibom State. A graduate of Computer Engineering in MOUAU UMUDIKE.

Most Corp members, Prospective Corp members and Ex Corp members even youths are sitting idle at home, watching movies, playing games, surfing the internet, eating without proportions and just not doing anything meaningful with the handful of time provided.

I'm here to tell you that you can make money with your smartphone doing advertisements and also making 3D animations, White board explainer Animations and 3D talking Animations all on your smartphone.

I'm holding a class to teach interested participants.

• N1500 regular price,
• Early birds: N1000 (for the first 20 people).

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Permit me to start by saying this post is a response to the questions a group member asked on NYSC Telegram group

Commy "Are we going back to our original camp or relocated camp after d covid19 for dose that applied for relocation?"

The answer to this is quite simple, but we will explain the pretext of this

Let us first answer is NYSC still going to report to camp.

I will not just answer this, but will quote the words of NYSC DIRECTOR-GENERAL, BRIG GEN SHUAIBU IBRAHIM DSS PhD MTRCN
Therefore, the Corps Members shall be posted to commence their primary assignments forthwith, while they shall be invited back to the Orientation Camps when the situation improves,

This he said in his message to announce the suspension of camp, which is one of the four cardinal programmes of NYSC

How we can build a pretext on this, if we can establish that NYSC will still go back and complete the 21 days, which is compulsory as several training has been scheduled for those period in which 2020 Batch A Corp member could not finish

What now is the fate of relocated/redeployed corpers

One thing to note in this is that what makes a prospective corp members to be make a corper is the swearing in and registration.

With swearing in it can be done anywhere, but the registration especially in the book popularly known in NYSC as the book of life, it make such corp members a full brown member of the youth service in the receiving state.

Therefore it is not a matter of if the corp member is returning to his initial state but he/she is already by the virtue of completing the redeployment process for those who have completed and even those who have report. Especially fill the Book of Life in the receiving state a corper of that new state.

His/Her payment and allowance are made by the new state, especially after 3 months of stay, the ID card reflects the state, new state code issued and even such Corp member pass out and get his certificate and passing out parade from such state.

Let us look at some arguments against this above propositions

  • What if the state camp cannot occupy us all now. This is a valid point but we also know that each state already has a capacity they can accommodate and relocation will not make them over populate there state with corp member. This is part of why many redeploy to Lagos and will be given Osun or other Western state. Because it is full sometimes.

To also invalidate this argument, what about in a case of passing out parade, even though every corp member are usually not present. But they will be preparing for them, therefore that should not be an excuse.

2nd Argument

  • But the state don't start paying until after 3 months This also looks valid but in most cases, it is not just the former state paying. State not even pay allowance it is the federal government that pays corpers allowance through the central bank. So this will not really be the case.

In conclusion to simply answer Commy's questions I strongly think you will not need to go back to your former state of you are relocated.

Thanks, if you are yet to join our biggest and let us together be better informed.

Kopa posted Apr 8 at 9:55 am

The Coronavirus has given alot of state and corpers an opportunity to display their skills and innovation.

With PPA suspended in most places, SAED and community services has been peak in Nigerian Youths Service Corps Members to cause their change

Ranging from






This pack of facemask make by corpers is even presented to Nasarawa State Governor


I am of the opinion that if we youth can do this we can start an industry.

Let me hear your thoughts and comments, on our and you can also create your topic on this corpers online house by CLICK HERE


In this post will be seeing the right outfit corpers should be found wearing in time like this. We already highlighted why corp members should be properly dress you can find that .

This times we are full of several risk, and as an educated and young population of the society we don't need to be all exposed, NYSC management as consistently talk about this kind of dressing


so if you want to be tying your jacket like a rope maybe you should reconsider, like we mentioned in the article reference above. Your NYSC attire or better said Uniform is for identity.

But can also greatly help at this time with the cap, the thickness and longness of the jacket. This is not to say you can't get a more protective wear than or not wearing facemask but we are only particular about corp member and things related here.


There are 7 major kit of NYSC this wears are sometimes optional depending on the occasion and often time choice;

  1. Cap 5e8665595e250
  2. Socks 5e866573493a0
  3. Jacket 5e86658e72b5b
  4. Crested Vest 5e8665b6ad345
  5. Trouser 5e86668095346
  6. Belt 5e86669c3f919
  7. Jungle Boot 5e8666b31ee02

Therefore when you are on the last 4 items, it can be refer to 4/7 also you can be on any number over 7 but to be identified as a corper the last four is important;

  • Crested Vest which can be substituted with White Round Neck
  • Jungle Book which can also be substituted with White Canvas
  • Belt
  • and Trouser 5e86679d8a8c8

It is also good to add that hijab have been added to the list of kit optional for muslim corpers and have to be short. Therefore it is now 8 (eight)

8 over 8 8/8 corpers kit

Photo of NYSC new complete kit which is 8 over 8 NYSC kits

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Kopa posted Mar 24 at 8:46 pm

The Effect of Coronavirus On NYSC

NYSC has put a pause to majority of its activities, inline with Nigeria federal advise.

After the suspension of its orientation camp activities, National Youth Service Corps has released official memo to confirm this

NYSC has suspended its;

  • Orientation programme
  • Clearance
  • Community Development Service Meetings (CDS)
  • Issues of certificate
  • And even preventing activities his workers with relocation corp members

This is like suspending the Scheme itself, so when some are arguing if corp member can go home or not. It is simply up to us, as the scheme light down, and we hope activities resume on time.

Because at the end our serve year can be paused, the memo of relocation is attached below


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This week is full of numerous drama from NYSC

  • Starting from the suspension of camp, on Wednesday, this is very understandable. But the suitation was on ground before the camping activities of a week.

There even declaim that the Covid 19 will not affect the camping activities.

Still this might be justify will the increase of cases of the virus in the country, which they should have forsee worst case scenario before bringing PCM down for just registration.

  • The week still continues, the joke and drama did not end there

Why should only female be able to register for NYSC 2020A stream 2?

PCM trying to register for NYSC batch A stream 2 have been experiencing gender biased segregation.

With female having a full list of four available slot of state to choose from while guys can only hope and look up to for all four slot empty.

At the end I think we should all be equal, with equal rights and privilege, obvious not so, some can be married and pregnant and nursing mother which are Corp member but we can't have nursing fathers privileges.


With drama still continues with little response and validation of alot of things, we want to believe that thumbprint and CDS have been cancelled.

I hope this is not an opportunity for many to neglect their duty post.

At the end the week is yet to end let us wait and see

If you are yet to be in the community of corp members it is much more important than before especially for new Corper


Today let us answer a major question


You will be able to know how to write acceptable letter for* any reason you want has a corp member. For easy access to all the letter you might need and to avoid embarrassment just follow the format. Here are the format letters with pics to see and replicate them.

Format Letter;

Permission to travel

Clearance letter Here

Letter of reposting Here

Medical leave letter Here

Medical bill refund letter Here

Personal CDS letter Here

Corpers Request letter Here

NYSC Query letter Here

NYSC Query letter (Response) Here

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