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Corps members lament poor registration process

07 May 2015, 12:50

Lagos - Members of the National Youth Service Corps have continued to lament the inability to do their registration online.

Some say the online registration process is not adequately functional

Report reaching News24 Nigeria says some of the corps members are being asked to leave the camp in Edo State due to the inability of the scanner to read their finger print.

Also read: NYSC DG tasks Rivers politicians on peace

“Some also have the wrong state on their call up letters as well as series of errors made due to the online method adopted by the authorities of the NYSC. Please help bring this to the notice of the government and public,” a News24 Nigeria reader wrote.

One of the major requirements for NYSC 2015 online registration is to ensure the Cyber cafe or computer in use is installed with Digital Persona Fingerprint scanner which is required to capture fingerprint.

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