The announcement came during the 2023 Batch ‘B’ Stream 2 closing ceremony of the NYSC at the State’s Orientation Camp in Kabba Bunu Local Government Area.
In addition to the allowance increment, Governor Bello announced a generous donation of N37.7 million as logistics support for the Youth Corps members.
This support aims to facilitate their smooth transition to their respective places of primary assignment.
Governor Bello called upon private sector employers to join hands in prioritizing NYSC members’ welfare, recognizing their pivotal role in nation-building.
Furthermore, the Governor delivered a poignant message to the Corps members, urging them to uphold good conduct and embrace Nigeria’s unity spirit.
He emphasized the values of diligence, hard work, commitment, and understanding during their service years, highlighting that these qualities will prepare them to overcome future challenges beyond their NYSC service period.
Governor Bello also commended the State Coordinator of the NYSC, Pastor (Mrs) Adebimpe Williams, for her efforts in improving the camp’s infrastructure and assured that other developmental requests would receive due attention.
1,888 corps members, comprising 977 males and 911 females, have been deployed to Kogi State for the latest batch of the NYSC program.