‘Serve With Skirts Movement’ Insists On The Inclusion Of Skirts In NYSC Uniform (PHOTOS)
The Serve With Skirt Movement, an advocacy group observed a protest against the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) management yesterday 16th January demanding the inclusion of skirts in NYSC uniform.
Some male folks participated in the protest which also had young ladies dressed in khaki skirts with placards on which it’s written “there is a difference between the world and the daughters of God” and “our sisters cannot dress like men”
The leader of the group, Udochi Emmanuel, while speaking to newsmen said that being harassed for wearing the skirts in NYSC orientation camps breached their fundamental human rights under Section 38(1) of the constitution of Nigeria.
She stated that wearing trousers has led to an increased level of immorality at the orientation camps. Udochi spoke further;
“We had our mothers wearing skirts and we want to go back to that.
“We have asked for exemption (sic) severally. NYSC has not given that as an option, they have made it a compulsory one-year service for everyone below the age of 30 and they are mandated to wear those clothes.
"We have already started negotiations (with the government) and we hope that from this dialogue we will get a favourable response.”
However, she said they will seek redress in court if they don’t get justice.
Police Arrests School Proprietor For Raping A Female Corps Member
A school proprietor has been arrested by the police in Delta State for allegedly raping a female corps member in his house.
The state Commissioner of police while briefing newsmen said the command arrested Michael Anigholor, the proprietor of the Grace Life International School under the Ethiope East LGA when a female corps member reported the matter.
The police disclosed that Michael Anigholor took advantage of the corps member when she showed up at the school for her primary assignment.
On 14/01/2020 at about 1100hrs, the complainant, a Youth Corper posted to Grace Life International School, Oghata-Efe alleged that on 9th January 2020, she went to report at the school for her primary assignment. After her documentation, the suspect Michael Anigholor, who is the proprietor, took her to his house in Sapele and had carnal knowledge of her without her consent.” Mohammed hinted
The suspect has been charged to court with charge sheet NO. MS/MUSC/02c/2020
Police Authorities Confirm Arresting Fed-Poly Ilaro SUG President During Cult Initiation (VIDEO)
The Police authorities in Ogun State have confirmed arresting the SUG President of Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro, Adegboye Emmanuel Olatunji. So, the SUG president was arrested with one Olanrewaju Taiwo is been charged for cultism.
The arrest was made possible by the members of the public. They were, however, seen at the Gbogidi area of Ilaro, venue for their initiation of new members into their dreaded Black Axe confraternity.
However, other members of the confraternity escaped leaving behind the two suspected cultists in their full regalia. They are currently assisting the police with information.
Watch the video here;
Reps To Sanction YABATECH Over Unaudited Accounts
The House of Reps Committee on Public Accounts has issued a 30-days ultimatum to YABATECH to prepare and present its account details to the office of the Auditor General of the Federation.
Also, the committee said if YABATECH failed to comply with the order, the National Assembly would have no choice but to hold back the allocation to the institution for 2020.
Appearing before the committee to investigate refusal by partially-funded and non-treasury funded agencies, the Rector, Mr. Obafemi Omokungbe said he assumed office in 2018 and that these accounts are not ready as the external auditors are yet to submit the reports.
On the other hand, the committee members rejected Omokungbe’s submission and agreed to place YABATECH on status inquiry and further probe into its financial details.
Mr. Oluwole Oke, the Chairman of the Committee said;
“It is not going to be business as usual. Let me sound a note of warning to those heads of MDAs hiding under the pretext of being new in office or absence of governing boards to approve their audited accounts as a deliberate cover-up for not remitting their audited accounts to the Auditor General of the Federation as and when due.
“We, as a committee, will fish out those involved and publish their names and their MDAs in the national dailies. We are compiling their names; there will be no hiding place for them. This is not a threat; we are going to carry it out to the letter.”