NYSC Travel safety tips for prospective Corps members

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NYSC travel safety tips for prospective corps members

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) publishes travel safety tips for aspiring Corps Members (PCM) traveling across the country to their various NYSC camps.

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NYSC travel safety tips for prospective corps members

The Orientation Programme for the 2022 Batch ‘A’ Stream I & II Corps Members will commence on Wednesday, 23rd February 2022, and Friday, 18th March 2022, respectively nationally.

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Corps Candidates (PCM) travel across the country to various NYSC training camps as standard.

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NYSC travel safety tips for aspiring Corps members


Therefore, it becomes very important for PCM to pay attention and strictly follow the following travel safety tips.

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NYSC Travel Safety Tips for Prospective Corpers

Therefore, it becomes very important for PCM to consider and strictly follow the following travel safety tips:

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  1. Every successful trip begins with an itinerary. PCMs are required to make appropriate travel arrangements prior to travel. Therefore, you need to make sure and check that you have packed all the relevant documents required when registering. This is to prevent the risk of being asked to go home and having forgotten documents taken. It will expose you to our path which is full of so many risks.
  2. Please research your destination before departing.
  3. Under no circumstances should you ride a vehicle on the highway because of the cheap rates that seem attractive. This is the highway to disaster. So many have fallen victim to armed robbers, kidnappers and ritualists because of these unwise actions. You may only ride vehicles from approved parks.
  4. Please pay attention to the travel time. The trip should be arranged in such a way that you arrive at your destination no later than 18:00. Please note that if it is not possible to arrive at your destination at the above time, you will have to cancel the trip.
  5. Avoid unnecessary disputes/discussions which among others border politics and religion. You may inadvertently cause a violation. Keep your views to yourself.
  6. Be polite, but don’t trust people too easily and don’t make a fuss when answering calls so as not to unknowingly reveal information that could harm you.
  7. Watch your drinking habits. Alcohol dulls your senses. Always aware.
  8. Bring only what you need for the trip. Don’t burden yourself with burdens.
  9. Dress normally. Do not move. On the other hand, you shouldn’t dress messy, because you’ll look unnecessarily after all.
  10. Please be careful with your personal belongings. It is recommended to take your important documents (certificates, international passports, etc.) with you.
  11. Do not put valuables in the back pocket, this is always the first target of pickpockets. It’s safer to use your front pocket.
  12. Keep trusted family and friends updated on your route.


Additional Information about NYSC Travel Safety Tips for Prospective Corpers

Here are another 10 NYSC security tips to help you survive and stay safe as a member of the Corpers:-

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Live with other employees

Lock your door at all times

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Live near your PPA

Beware of any danger

Always tell people where you are

Don’t go out late at night

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Don’t show off your value

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Be careful when picked up by strangers

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tolerance/endurance

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health is wealth

Find a clinic/medical center

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humility

Avoid religious/political disputes

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Do not fight

No theft

Be diligent in service

modesty in dress

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Avoid getting caught in a co-worker’s date

Beware of safety

Avoid late night

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serve God

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Know that there is life after service

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Wish you best of luck as you learn NYSC Travel Safety Tips for Prospective Corpers.

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