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Corper to get automatic job after losing arms in ghastly auto accident

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Nurudeen Tahir lost his arms in an auto crash after completing the camp orientation exercise in Jalingo, Taraba State
Nurudeen Tahir lost his arms in an auto crash after completing the camp orientation exercise in Jalingo, Taraba State

The Director-General of the National Youths Service Corps, Brig.-Gen. Shuaibu Ibrahim has promised an automatic job, two limbs and other assistance to Nurudeen Tahir, a corps member who lost his arms in an auto crash after completing the camp orientation exercise in Jalingo, Taraba State.

Ibrahim, who made the promise when he visited Tahir and other corps members at the Federal Medical Centre, Jalingo, said that the welfare of Corps members is very paramount to the Scheme’s management at all times.

After the closure of the 2019 Batch ‘B’ Stream One orientation course, on Monday, 8th July, 2019, Tahir, from Gwarzo LGA of Kano, and 18 other corps members were involved in a motor accident on their way to their places of primary in Sardauna Local Government Area. One of the Corps members died while the rest were seriously injured.

The Director General assured the victims of the unfortunate incidence and their families that NYSC will foot the bill of their treatment.

He particularly said that arrangements are being made to obtain artificial limbs for Nuradeen, who lost both arms in the ugly event.

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