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Peace Corps boss begs Buhari to assent to bill
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National Commandant of the Peace Corps of Nigeria (PCN) Dickson Akoh has encouraged President Muhammadu Buhari to consent to the Nigeria Peace Corps charge.

As indicated by Akoh, the presidential consent to the bill for a demonstration to set up the NPC will lessen wrongdoing by 70 for every penny inside three months.

He talked when he got the Board of Trustees, Advisory Council, National Executives and state Chairmen of the National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN).

The Corps' arrangement, Akoh said, is to lessen wrongdoing in Nigeria by connecting with the young people seriously. He included that the best test of the nation was not weakness, but rather joblessness which has driven the young people to social indecencies. Unemployment, Akoh noted, was a period bomb which the National Assembly had deflected with the entry of the bill.

As indicated by him, the bill is the best thing to happen to the adolescents as it has consider arrangements that will open new chances to them.

He likewise asked the general population to be careful about associations parading themselves as the PCN and duping the general population, taking note of that the Corps has particular rules in enlisting.

NYCN President Comrade Murtala Mohammed commended Akoh for his industriousness in getting the Corps to where it is today, and vowed the support of the young people to the Corps.