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JUST IN: New DG Replaces NYSC Kazaure

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Brigadier-General Shuaibu Ibrahim has replaced Maj. General Suleiman Kazaure as the Director-General of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC).


Nigeria news live understands that Ibrahim is the Registrar of the Nigeria Army University(NAU), Biu, Borno State, Nigeria.

A senior official inside the scheme says an official announcement is anticipated to comply with soon, a report by a Nigerian web site, Aledeh.com, disclosed on Friday night.

In the meantime, this on-line information platform reports that the development is coming at the time Kazaure clocked three years in workplace as NYSC DG having arrived the Nationwide Directorate Headquarters of the scheme in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital, on Monday, April 18, 2016.

Naija News Live understands that Kazaure is the 17th Chief Government Officer of the NYSC Scheme.

And now, Ibrahim’s appointment automatically makes him the 18th Chief Government Officer of the NYSC Scheme.

Throughout Kazaure’s tenure, he expanded the Skills Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development (SAED) programme via the institution of more talent centres and greater stakeholders involvement for talent and materials support.

Kazaure is a well-learned scientist with enviable educational credentials whereas Ibrahim, however, is a historian.

In August 2018, Ibrahim had instructed CEO Africa throughout an interview:  “If you take over a workplace, it is advisable to discover out why your predecessor succeeded or failed.”

Ibrahim had added: “Earlier than I take decisions, I make reference to the previous, build into what is happening from time to time into the future. Once you have this in the back of your mind, uncover that you’ll all the time succeed.”

In the meantime, the shakeup in the scheme is coming at the time President Muhammadu Buhari signed the brand new national minimum wage bill into regulation, a situation which will see Nigerian employees obtain N30,000 month-to-month as against the present N18,000.

Social Media posts monitored by this reporter shows that corp members throughout the nation have expressed optimism of getting an increased allowance from the present N19,800 month-to-month allowance following the signing of the bill by the President.

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