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LATEST NYSC ALLOWANCE FOR ALL STATES IN NIGERIA

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LATEST NYSC ALLOWANCE FOR ALL STATES IN NIGERIA

LATEST NYSC ALLOWANCE FOR ALL STATES IN NIGERIA: In as much you are getting ready for your NYSC service year, you should know they are many gold mine states which are full of opportunities and extra state allowance for Corp members. In this article, we have helped you shortlisted the list of States that Pay Youth Corpers in Nigeria.

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Aside the Federal Government allowance which stood at N33,000, Corps members also receive ‘State allowance’ from the State government.

So, we shall look at the list of States in Nigeria and how much they pay NYSC members.

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The amount state governments pay Corps members is a crucial factor that determine people’s choices of states during registration. Of course, no one would like to serve in a place where they will not be paid.

However, it is painful to hear that your colleagues in other states are being paid for the same work you do without pay. See 10 best states to serve in Nigeria as a Corper.

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After reading this article, you will have a clear picture of how much ‘Corpers’ are being paid across Nigeria.

LATEST NYSC ALLOWANCE FOR ALL STATES IN NIGERIA

How much does NYSC pay Corps members?

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The Federal Govt of Nigeria through NYSC pays N33,000 to every Corps Member regardless to where they are serving.

Aside that, there may be other compensations which has nothing to do with NYSC. Such compensations include, state allowance, PPA allowance, and so on.

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Does it matter for State Govt to pay Corps members?

Yes, it does matters. N33,000 the FG pays to Corps members is not enough to sustain them. Corps members are usually stranded in the middle of the month without food and money. Therefore, paying them state allowance will be a kind of support, and it will go a long way to encourage them.

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How much is the NYSC State allowance?

There is no fixed amount for this. Some states pay, while some do not pay, and some pay higher than others.

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Also, states that pay may stop paying and states that don’t pay may start paying, especially when there is change in the government.

NYSC allowance for all States in Nigeria  Below is the list of states in Nigeria and how much they pay Corps members;

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LATEST NYSC ALLOWANCE FOR ALL STATES IN NIGERIA
LATEST NYSC ALLOWANCE FOR ALL STATES IN NIGERIA

LATEST NYSC ALLOWANCE FOR ALL STATES IN NIGERIA

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List of States that Pay Youth Corpers in Nigeria

Below are the list of states in Nigeria that pays the allowance to youth corpers;

1. Anambra State

From our research, we’ve discovered that Anambra State is the highest paying state in Nigeria, they pay ₦8,500 monthly to corpers serving in public establishments, minus the usual #33,000 paid by Federal government.

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2. Akwa Ibom State

Closing following Anambra state in terms of paying corpers extra allowances is Akwa Ibom State. This state pays ₦5,000 monthly to corps members deployed to their state who are working in a public establishment.

3. Jigawa State

This state pays ₦5,000 monthly

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  • For those who may not be aware, Jigawa pays N1000 bimonthly to non-medical Corper.
  • However, the state pays N53000 bimonthly to Doctors (Medical and Veterinary)
  • While for other health workers apart from doctors, they are paid N26,500 bimonthly.

4. Delta State

From research done, we’ve concluded and can confirm that this state pays corpers working in a public establishment, ₦5,000 every month.

5. Zamfara State

This state pays ₦5,000 monthly to all corpers.

6. Nasarawa State

This state currently pays ₦5,000 monthly via table payment.

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7. Bayelsa State

Bayelsa pays N6,000 to those serving within the State Capital, N8,000 to those outside the capital, and N10,000 to those serving across the water.

8. Osun State

This state pays ₦5,000 monthly to all corpers, excluding the usual #33,000 Federal government allawee. They receive ₦20,000 every four months. The last time they received such allowance was in February 2019.

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9. Katsina State

Katsina State

This state pays corpers the sum total of four thousand Naira only (₦4,000) monthly before and as it this now they have stopped paying. You can let us know in the comment section if you are serving in Katsina and the state has started paying corpers state allowance.

10. Oyo State

This state pays #15,000 monthly and it’s very regular.

11. Sokoto State

Sokoto pays corpers working in a public establishment, three thousand, seven hundred and fifty naira only (₦3,750) monthly, but you’ll only be able to receive it at the end of your service year. A total of ₦45,000 will be paid to your account.

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12. Enugu State

This state pays one thousand Naira only (₦1,000) every month to corpers in the town (Enugu North, Enugu East, Enugu South) and ₦3,500 to those serving in local areas (villages).

13. Kebbi State

This state pays ₦2,000 monthly to corpers working in state government-owned establishment.

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14. Lagos State

Lagos state likes doing things differently, standing out and making waves. The state has a policy unlike other states in Nigeria.

This state pays this allowance to the first 100 lucky corpers to be registered for the NYSC scheme; i.e ₦15,000 monthly to some lucky ones who are serving in public schools and ₦10,000 monthly to the lucky ones serving in the state secretariat.

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However, for you to be eligible for this promotion, you need to be among the first 100 lucky corpers, immediately you’re given your PPA letter, hurriedly rush to Alausa Secretariat, at the ministry of special duties to have your number, cause it’s a slot and it’s strictly on the first to come, first to serve basis.

One of the major reason why we didn’t point out Lagos state as the highest paying state for NYSC corpers is that they don’t pay this allowance to all the corps members deployed to their state, unlike Anambra state that pays everyone serving in public establishments.

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15. Taraba State

This state pays corpers working in public establishment six thousand Naira only (₦6,000) monthly, they select some few NYSC corps members serving in public establishments in their state and pay them. This was implemented in December 2018 and to date, the state government is still paying.

16. Adamawa State

Adamawa state pays ₦5,000 to NYSC corps members who are deployed to their state but they have stopped paying.

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17. Ebonyi State

The state government paid NYSC corps members deployed to their state nine thousand, seven hundred and fifty-seven naira only (₦9,757). This payment was shortlived, as it started in October 2018 and ended in February 2019. Since then, they’ve never paid any corper a dime.

Most people are saying that the all of sudden state allowance was politically motivated, because, the state Governor stopped paying immediately he was re-elected for the second term in office during the 2019 Elections.

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18. FCT Abuja

The Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria, Abuja does not pay corps members any allowance, not minding the fact that it’s the capital of the nation.

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However, it is much easier to earn money as a corper in Abuja, since there are lots of big companies that you can serve in and those big companies pay huge amount of allowances to the corps members serving there.

SEE ALSO: Best States for NYSC Posting – 10 Best States for NYSC 2021 and Salary Structure for Staff

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19. Kwara, Bauchi, Kogi, Niger, Kaduna, Ekiti, Plateau, Rivers, Benue, Kano, Imo, Ondo, Ogun, Yobe, Cross River, Borno, Abia, Gombe, And Edo State.

Lastly, these states mentioned above (NO 19) do not pay anything to corps members deployed to their states.

It is very important to note here that some Primary Place of Assignment (PPA) pay stipend monthly, while some pay higher, other PPA doesn’t pay a fine, apart from 33k monthly from the state government.

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What’s your take on this article? Kindly leave your comments below, if you have any other questions about states that pay youth corpers in Nigeria, you can use the comment box below.

LATEST NYSC ALLOWANCE FOR ALL STATES IN NIGERIA

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  1. Emmanuella

    July 23, 2021 at 12:01 pm

    Pls my graduation date on my portal is 26/04/2021 … N my statement of result is sa ” the effective date of this award is march 2021.. now d months are different will my statement of result be taken to camp like dat?

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NYSC 2022 Batch C Updates and News: In this article, I’m going to work you through some certain and important updates you need to know about 2022 NYSC.

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We are all known that NYSC 2022 is all about PCM and all leftover PCM from the previous batches waiting for new and fresh registration.

NYSC 2022 Batch C Updates and News and everything you need to know. We have been receiving a lot of messages and dm(s) concerning the latest update, kindly pay attention to the following areas below.

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Before NYSC camp commences you should know that there are some steps or procedures that need to be taken earlier such as NYSC Time Table, Mobilization, Senate List, Registration, and Call up letter.

Every year NYSC management releases a calendar that guides every PCM on how the batches and streams are being scheduled for the year.

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Although NYSC batches are been divided into batches, batch A, B, and C with 2 streams each. Batch A comes by March-May, Batch B June- August while Batch C November – December.

Next, you need to know on NYSC 2022 Batch C Updates and News is the mobilization process. This mobilization process is also known as internal mobilization. The internal mobilization is the process of cumulating and arrangements of graduate and qualified students for NYSC before sending their details to NYSC headquarters.

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Another thing is the Senate list, Senate list is a list comprised of all qualified students sent from various institutions to NYSC headquarters after they are done with their internal mobilization. Before PCM can start seeing names on the senate list, it’s must be confirmed that their institutions have uploaded their names on NYSC portal after NYSC has opened the portal for names uploading.

SEE ALSO: Solution to Name not on JAMB Matriculation List’ 2022 FOR NYSC

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I will like to clear the issue of some pcm that have already seen their names on nysc senate list before, if your name is already on senate list before now you don’t have to worry yourself all you have to do is wait for fresh registration to starts and proceed to register.

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NYSC 2022 Batch C Updates and News


Next on the list is NYSC registration. Pcm must have seen their names on NYSC Senate list before going ahead for registration. NYSC portal for registration is not known for now because NYSC Management is yet to release the calendar for the year.

The next thing you need to know about NYSC 2022 Batch C updates and news is that of call-up letter, just have it in mind that call-up letter is always available for printing some days to camping day.

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Before we proceed again let me introduce myself to you, I’m Godsown a blogger and specialized in helping PCM and Corps Members solve their relevant issues. I have been in the space of this NYSC for the past five years now and all corps members that have passed or being in my WhatsApp group always happy because I guide them to the right way. Why I’m saying all these is to assist this coming PCM as well and I have created a WhatsApp group to assist and put you (PCM) through.

As you all know that questions and answers can’t be done on the web but very easier on WhatsApp that’s part of the reason for creating the group.

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Do you know that there are some factors that can prevent PCM from going to orientation camp even after seeing their name on the senate list?

Don’t worry more updates are coming in my WhatsApp group. You can click on the link below to join the group now or chat me directly on WhatsApp with this number for manual adding (07057588100).

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I will also advise you to bookmark this webpage because I update it whenever there is an update.

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NYSC 2022 BATCH C WHATSAPP GROUP

NYSC 2022 Batch C Whatsapp Group: The NYSC 2022 Batch C Whatsapp Group is a place where you will get all the latest updates, official public notice, helpful articles, and full 24/7 support from…..

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NYSC 2022 Batch C Whatsapp Group: The NYSC 2022 Batch C Whatsapp Group is a place where you will get all the latest updates, official public notice, helpful articles, and full 24/7 support from experienced administrators and former staff members whose passion is to help.

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Getting a reliable and reliable source of information during the National Youth Service Corps program is a blessing because you don’t have to stress about looking for reliable news as we will bring all the information straight to your DM.

If you are looking for a reliable Whatsapp group or want to join the best Whatsapp group for nysc 2022 Batch C, you are in the right place.

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Before clicking the button below to join the WhatsApp group, please take the time to read the group’s rules and disclaimer.

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NYSC 2022 Batch C Whatsapp Group Rules

We are all graduates and mature individuals, but a little rule will help shape group moderation. Below are the WhatsApp group rules:

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  • Do not spam the group with links, ads or anything unrelated to the group’s topic.
  • Be mature and respect each other.
  • Trust and respect the admin and feel free to DM them anytime.
  • No porn posts
  • No betting ads or football ticket talk.
  • No racial discrimination and no tribal affiliation. We are all one.
  • Do not send money to anyone claiming to be an official who DMs members to blackmail them.
  • Go to www.nyscnews.com for updates and register at www.nyscforum.com to join the family.
  • You are free to send admin DM or ask any question directly.

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Below are some indemnities you should look for.

  • The group was not created by NYSC officials. It was created and managed by the nysc news team of experienced administrators and former staff members.
  • Each individual is responsible for their posts and comments in the group.
  • Be smart with your money. Many people will join just to cheat you. They will pretend they are here to help and at the end of the day they will deceive you.
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  • The administrator also reserves the right to change the group’s settings at any time.
  • Once again, you are very welcome to the most active NYSC 2022 Batch B Whatsapp group on the internet. You’ll love it and as long as you stay in the group, you’ll never miss anything important.

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For the past few years now we have been providing the latest and verified news to both PCM and Corps Members that make all their NYSC journey goes smoothly.

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OMG!! Armed Robbers Rape, Rob ‘Corpers’ In Akwa Ibom State

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In Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, gunmen ambushed corps members at the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) lodge on Udo Ekong Ekwere Street, off Information Drive.

According to Punch, the gunmen who rode tricycles into the Corpers’ lodge on Wednesday, July 6, about one in the morning also stole goods such laptops, cell phones, and cash.

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Narrating the incident, one of the corps members, who identified himself as Emeka Emmanuel said, “They arrived on a tricycle, popularly called Keke and immediately started operation. They beamed high-intensity torchlight everywhere and pounced on every door with heavy iron and threatened to sh00t us if we fail to cooperate.”

A female Corps member, who also spoke on condition of anonymity, said her phones, laptop, cash were forcefully taken away from her after the hoodlums gained entrance into her room from the back door.

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“You know at that period of the night, most of us females, we used to sleep naked and the suddenness of the attack caught us unprepared. They beamed the torch through the window and threatened to shoot if the door is not quickly opened.” she explained.

“I have never heard of this anywhere in Nigeria, even in the North, where insecurity is at the highest peak, that Corpers could be deliberately targetted, rap3d, and robbed by criminals at gunpoint. Is it because we are not from Akwa Ibom that no one could hear our shouts and come to save us?”another female colleague, lamented.

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Mr. Nsikak Ibanga, a night guard at the State Secretariat of the Nigeria Union of Journalists which is located opposite the corpers lodge said, “I raised alarm by hitting the supporting pillars holding the reconstructed NUJ auditorium. The sound reverberated across the whole area but no response”.

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Another neighbour, Bassey Offiong, said, “When I heard the attack and the outcry of the Corpers, I quickly reached out to the Police at Ikot Akpanabia Command, which is very close here, but they arrived a little late after the criminals had finished and left with their tricycle”.

The Youth Leader of the area, Comrade Godwin Okpo, blamed the inability of the youths to come out on noise of generators running into late night in most homes.

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This is sad!

Let’s hear from you all as regards this.

Drop your comments below.

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