Adeluola: NYSC called Hannatu up in 2001, but she didn’t finish her service; I’m not sure why.

Hannatu Musawa has been accused of breaking no laws by holding both the office of minister and corper in the National Youth Service Corp, according to Senior Advocate for Nigeria Kayode Adeluola. In an interview that aired tonight on Channel TV, Adeluola asserts that… CONTINUE READING>>>>>

“We are aware that she was summoned to duty in 2001 but choose not to report for duty. I’m not sure why, but using the word “abscond” would imply that something is wrong. I’m not sure what led up to how she started it or concluded it. Despite the fact that she is currently a minister for the federal republic of Nigeria, some people are upset because they believe she is a member of the youth corps. So, the question at hand is: Is there any wrongdoing?

As long as you are under 30, the law requires that you serve the nation as a member of the youth corp after graduating from college or a polytechnic. Despite being undoubtedly young, she has been selected to serve as a minister. Are we going back to the old idea that we shouldn’t be too young to reign now? Otherwise, you are arguing that since you haven’t served and are under 30 years old, you cannot be called up for national duty as a minister.…… Continue Your Reading


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