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Photos: Prospective NYSC Members Stage Protest Over the Postponement of NYSC Batch A Stream II

Prospective corps members protesting in Lagos
 
Prospective corps members tired of the recent postponement of their orientation programme by the government have taken to the street to show their displeasure.

Following the sudden postponement and delay of the Batch A, Stream II orientation course by the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), angry prospective corps members have taken to the street to express their annoyance in Lagos.
 
The prospective corps members have expressed sadness over the announcement as they said their family members and people have began doubting if they actually passed through the university to be mobilized for service because of the recent postponement.
 
 
NYSC had announced the postponement of the Orientation Course which was initially slated for May 21st, 2016 to a yet to be determined date. The announcement did not go down well with some of the prospective candidates who were already preparing to storm their respective camps before the sudden announcement. 

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