Corpers' Allawee Updates: Be patient, NYSC tells Corpers over allowance delay

NOTE: This page is live updates on Corpers allowances and other entitlements. Visit this page all the time for latest updates on Corpers' allawee.


Members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) have been advised to be patient with the Federal Government on the delay of allowance for the month of March, 2019.



Director of Human Resources Management of the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, Alhaji Rasak Salau said Corps members allowances will be paid in few days time. He also advised Corps Members on the need to integrate themselves with their host communities to enable them have information on the dos and don’ts of their place of primary assignments.
We at otondo.com.ng leant that December allowance for 2018 Batch 'C' Stream2 will be paid to them together with their final allowance, few days before their Pass out parade.


INEC Starts Paying N13,000 To Corps Members 

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has started paying the sum of N13,000 to some Corps members who worked as Adhock staff in last concluded election.

As of time of filling this report, many Corps members in different states have testified to have recieved.

Kindly note that the amount you will recieve depends on how much you have recieved before, those that are recieving about 9,000, probably have recieved training and other allowances before.
If you have not seen yours, please exercise patience. We hope that all Corps members will be paid.


NYSC Starts Paying N21,600 To 2018 Batch 'A' Corps Members

This is to all inform Corps members that the National Youths Service Corps (NYSC) has started paying the sum of N21,600 to all the deserving 2018 Batch 'A' Corps Members who will be passing out on the 14th March, 2019.
Recall that we at otondo.com.ng previously reported that the 2018 Batch 'A' Corps members would be paid N41,000 by the NYSC before their passing out parade (POP). Unfortunately, the NYSC accountant officer just explained to us that the reason they are paying N21,600 is because 2018 Batch 'A' who began service in April, 2018 had have recieved April 2018 Allowance therefore the will not be paid again for April, 2019.

We sincerely apologise for not confirming first from the NYSC account officer.
INEC Commences Paying Corps Members Election Duties Allowance


The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has commenced paying members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) who participated in the last general election their election duties allowances.
Some Corps Members are recieving N14,000, N13,000 etc. The amount they recieve depends on the amount the INEC is owing them.

For example; corps members who have recieved N8,500 for training allowance before will only recieve N9,000 honorarium.
Please, keep reading to see breakdowns of INEC allowances.

NYSC To Pay N41,000 To 2018 Batch 'A' Corps Members Before 14th March, 2019.

The Federal Govt through the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) is going to pay all the deserving 2018 Batch 'A' Corps Members the sum of N41,000 prio to their Passing Out Parade (POP) date which is officially fixed on 14th March, 2019.

All the deserving 2018 Batch 'A' Corps Members will start receiving this double allowances on or before 14th March, 2019.

Note: this N41,000 is called Corpers' welfare allowances, it's usually paid to Corps members few days before their POP. So, after they recieve this allowance, there will be no more allowances for them. Congratulations to all the passing out 2018 Batch 'A' Corps Members.
  • INEC Will Pay N9,000 As The Election Duties Allowance To Corps Members Who Worked As Adhoc Staff
This is to inform all the Corps Members who participated as the INEC adhoc staff in the just concluded general election that their total election duties allowance is N9,000, while the total training allowance is N8,500.

Total allowance to expect is N17,500 Also, be informed that the next election exercise, coming up on 9th March, 2019 to elect into the offices of Governor and State Assembly is void of training allowance, meaning that you will only recieve N9,000 if you participate in the exercise.

  • NYSC Releases Corps Members' Election Duties Allawances To Ensure Corps Members Are Not Cheated
 Posted on 28 Feb 2019

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has released a 'circular' showing full corps members' election duties entitlement, and also directed all the NYSC state coordinators to ensure that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) paid in full the corps members' allowance without cheating any corps member.



In the circular that NYSC released yesterday (27th Feb), the Corps Members' Election Duties allowance are as follows:

l. Training allowance => N4,500
II. Feeding allowance => N3,000
lll. Transport to REC => N1,000
IV. Election day honorarium => N9,000
Total => N17,500
Click on the lmage for better view
 

  • NYSC Asks INEC To Pay Corps members' Election Duties Allawance

Written on 28 Feb 2019

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has called on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to pay all outstanding training allowances and other entitlements of the corps members who participated in last Saturday's presidential and National Assembly elections.
The NYSC said the electoral commission must avoid delay in the settlement of the allowances, as another phase of the general elections on March 9 was near.

The call was contained in statement on Monday by NYSC Director of Press and Public Relations, Mrs Adenike Adeyemi.

The organisation also demanded that INEC and security agencies must "continue to evolve strategies for the protection of all corps members throughout this election period and thereafter."

The statement read,
"We assure corps members of our commitment to working with relevant stakeholders to promptly address all matters relating to security and general welfare throughout and after this election season. 
"In this regard, we call on INEC to, as a matter of urgency, settle all outstanding training allowances and other entitlements of the corps members who participated in the conduct of the presidential and National Assembly elections. 
"The commission should avoid delay in the settlement of corps members’ allowances for the next phase of the elections. 
"We appeal to INEC and security agencies to continue to evolve strategies for the protection of all corps members throughout this election period and thereafter."

  • List Of States And The Total Amount INEC Has Paid So Far To Corps Members Who Worked As Adhoc staff In That State

Posted on 25 Feb 2018

As you all know, INEC method of paying election duty allawances is not uniform for all states.

So far, some states have paid higher than the others; although, in one of our recent posts we explained the reason it was so by giving breakdowns of the INEC election duty allawances to help you understand how much you should expect at the end of everything. The breakdowns of election duty allawances was given by the INEC Chairman.

So, in this post, we shall focus on the list of states and the total amount they have paid so far to corps members working as adhoc staff in those states. Remember this is coming to you from otondo.com.ng

This list is very important, kindly locate your state of deployment from the list below:

1. Kebbi State => N4,500

2. Borno => N4,500

3. Anambra => N3,000 (some recieved N6,000)

4. Niger => N4,500

5. Jigawa => N8,500

6. Plateau => N5,500

7. Zamfara => N2,250

8. Akwa Ibom => N4,500

9. Ogun => N4,500

10. Cross River => N4,500

11. Enugu => N4,500

12. Rivers => Nothing

13. Edo => N4,500

14. Osun => N8,500

15. Kano => N4,000

16. Ekiti => N8,500

17. Oyo => N8,500

18. Kogi => N8,500

19. Imo => N4,500

20. Bauchi => N4,500

21. Abia => Nothing

22. Ondo => N8,500

23. Lagos => N4,500

24. Katsina => Nothing

25. Gombe => N4,500

26. Taraba => N7,500

27. Bayelsa => Nothing

28. Delta => N4,500



  • INEC Pays 8,500 Election Training Allowance In Some States

Posted on 20th Feb 2019


The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has started/resumed paying the sum of N8,500 to the Members of National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) as their training allawances for 2019 general election.

However, some Corps Members have complained that they only got N3000, some N4,500, N4,000 and some others N8,500, while many are yet to get anything.

READ ALSO: Corps Members threatened INEC

Below are the breakdowns:

1. Training Allawance N4,500
2. Feeding N3,000
Total: N8,500

If the money you collect from INEC is not up to N8,500, you seriously need to ask questions about the remaining balance. Thank you.

  • I Regretted Ever Working For INEC As My Life Was Put In Danger - Corps Member Gives Shocking Revelation

posted on 25 Feb 2019

I was forced to hand over ballot papers to persons who thumb-printed the papers for a particular party.
A male member of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Ashimom Msuguhter, who also served as an ad hoc official of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), in Nasarawa state has discredited the election that took place at his unit on Saturday
Msuguhter said that out of 900 registered voters at the polling unit, the card readers were able to authenticate only 15 persons, while all the others voted without being accredited.

The corps member said in a Facebook post that he was forced to hand over ballot papers to persons who thumb-printed the papers for a particular party.

He said he regretted ever working for INEC, as his life was put in danger.
Msuguhter said;
"This is the last time I'd be doing this bullsh** INEC ad-hoc nonsense. 
"Having disenfranchised myself in the name of ad-hoc staff, I was almost thoroughly beaten. I was cowed into submitting the bulk of ballot papers for mass thumb-printing. 
"Well, I filled the incident form and I hope the result would be cancelled. 
"I'm just angry with everything, most especially for getting involved in the first place. No one forced me, actually. 
"First, this card reader rubbish should be quashed in subsequent elections. The whole aim has been defeated. 
"Out of about 900 registered voters in my unit, the card reader could authenticate only 15. The rest had to do manual accreditation, which opened more room for rigging. Quite sad!"
While calling on the INEC Chairman, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, to resign, the corps member said the election of Saturday was not as good as that of 2015, which was superintended by Prof. Attahiru Jega.

He said rural areas are known for rigging and this has continued to undermine Nigeria's democracy.

The corps member said;
 "This Prof. Mahmood has to resign immediately after this elections and apologise to Nigerians. The extra one week he got did not prove anything different. In fact, he's made Jega's INEC much more coveted. 
"As of 11am, we had not seen materials, the people were already agitated, thinking we were compromised… They started threatening to descend on us… Luckily, we escaped that. 
"Because we reported late at the polling unit, we were forced to extend voting time till around 7.30pm. 
"When it was dark, these people requested for the remaining ballot papers, that is the tradition of the polling unit not to return ballot papers to INEC… Before we knew it, the atmosphere became very tense. 
"The short of it is that we allowed them to do their wish, but I pray the result is cancelled. 
"The fact is, most of the rigging is done in the rural areas. There, there is no electoral law, anything goes… Party agents do the voting for people and you don’t dare talk. 
"We must penetrate the grassroots if we must overcome this plague. 
"I'm glad I returned safely."

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  2. What about our February alawee

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  3. Chimnecherem8:00 am

    Here in Kano, we're yet to collect our training allowance! We were given #4000 after the first postponed election, and after the presidential election, we were given #3000. Now we don't know how much they intend to pay us now. They better pay us our #17500 because suffered for it.

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    1. So far you have recieved N7,000 according to what you wrote, what is remaining is N9,500

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  4. Paying 9000 for the whole trouble and stress we passed through is nonsense, this money is too little. How I wish the whole corps members can boycott the governor election

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  5. but osun state paid 4500 for training, 4000 fro feeding and transportation, 13000 for election day honoraria

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  6. Anonymous11:48 am

    How much is left after we received 7k from the training allowance in Nasarawa State? Cos I don't even understand at all.

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  7. Please oh are we expecting 41000 for our last payment? For batch A Corp members?

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  8. Rivers received 4500

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  9. please is it true that Batch A 2018 is collecting a sum of #41000 for the month of March ? Because we have been paid a good eleven months, which means we only have just one month allowance to collect. So where is #41000 coming from ??

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  10. Please remember Rivers state (Bonny Island) ...
    We haven't received anything not even training fee

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  12. In 2019 Election both presidential and governorship me and some of my fellow corp members have not been paid for both we worked as a Presiding officer in kogi state Olamaboro local govt , , ,

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