Tuesday, December 27, 2016

TOUCHING! FROM NYSC TO REST IN Peace : 7 Top NYSC TRAGEDY In 2016

Corners Should Be Very Prayerful Because When Though It Is A Natural Phenomenon For Humans To die,  Dying Early Or Before Eating The Fruit Of One's Labor Is The Most Pathetic Of All,  In This Article We Shall Be Looking At The Tragedies That Haunted Youth Corper In The 2016

The overview of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) starts from the call-up after which the corps members will report to their states of deployment.  According to the scheme, the orientation course is designated to achieve the following objectives of the scheme: To familiarise corps members with their new environment in their political, cultural, social and economic setting, to instil discipline in the youths and to imbibe in them the spirit of collective responsibility.

But for many families, it is a sad tale that lingers on. There have been so many reports regarding deaths of corps members which have stirred great debates regarding the importance of scheme. Here are 7 top NYSC tragedy in year 2016:

'CORPER' HAFSAT ISA Who Died Few Days To Her Wedding

A young female NYSC member, Hafsat Isa, lost her life in a ghastly motor accident along the Kaduna-Abuja Expressway, on the day she was supposed to pass out of the scheme.

Deep sorrow gripped hearts of the family of Hafsat who were all planning for her wedding ceremony which was slated for December 2016 after her passing out ceremony.

Hafsat Isa

SAMUEL OKONTA, An Orphan Who Was Gruesomely Murdered During  Rivers Re-Run

Okonta Samuel Dumebi, who was on election duties in Rivers state rerun parliamentary elections on March 19, was shot dead by hoodlums.

Dumebi, an orphan from Illah area of Delta state, was serving as ad-hoc staff of INEC at Ahoada West local government area when he and two of his colleagues were attacked by hoodlums who were trying to disturb the conduct of the free and fair exercise.

Samuel Okonta

 

 

Corper Ngozi Was Burnt To Death Beyond Recognition With Her Khaki Uniform

On the 23rd of June 2016, a 26-year-old female member of the NYSC was burnt to death in a tragic accident at Mbiokporo Nsit (Nsit Ibom LGA) along Aka Etinan road by JW ground, Akwa Ibom State.

The corper who was burnt beyond recognition with her khaki uniform was later identified as Ngozi Onyekwere, an Accounting graduate from the University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT), who was meant to pass out from the NYSC scheme in a few weeks before her death.

Corper Ngozi was returning from the government house where she was posted when her vehicle, a Toyota Camry suddenly caught fire in Mbiokporo Nsit in Nsit Ibom Local Government Area.

 

Controversial Death Of First Class Graduate, Ifedolapo Oladepo

Ifedolapo Oladepo, a corp member, gave up the ghost at NYSC orientation camp in Kano, after the medical personnel at the camp reportedly administered a medication which she reacted to immediately.

Like many thousands of young graduates mobilised for the 2016 Batch 'C' service year, 26-year-old Ifedolapo, a first class Transport Management graduate of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomosho had said her goodbye to her family members, hoping to see her dreams fulfilled but that dreams were shattered.

Exactly a week in the Camp, it was her corpse that was brought to her family after she was said to have died following complications arising from an ailment few days into the NYSC orientation programme in Kano. The remains of Ifedolapo was sent to her parents in Osogbo, Osun State, from Kano where she was buried at her family's residence.

Authorities of the scheme attributed her death to an untreated renal sepsis infection, according to investigations carried out by a panel of Inquiry set up to look into the cause of her death. The investigation showed that the deceased responded well until about 2:00 am on 29th November when her condition worsened, and her body began to show noticeable signs of fluid retention. She was thereafter placed on oxygen as the doctors battled to stabilise her for the long journey to Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital.

Following the controversy generated by Ifedolapo's death which many pointed out that she died because of NYSC negligence, the Federal Government said that for an independent investigation be carried out, the body of miss Ifedolapo may be exhumed for an autopsy. But Ifedolapo's father insisted that there was no need to exhume the remains of his daughter because the result of the autopsy would only reveal what caused the death and not the negligence of the medical personnel at the NYSC camp clinic.

 

 

Ifedolapo Oladep

 

Another Sad Story Of Corps Member Who Died Few Hours To Passing Out Ceremony

A National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) member, Olayemi Falomo, a Batch B Stream II corps member also met her death few hours to her passing out ceremony which was on the 6th of October, 2016.

Bellezza Olayemi Falomo

 

Peter Ameh Died In Fatal Accident Few Hours After Passing Out

A 28-year-old corp member, Abba Peter Ameh who was on his way home after completing his one-year mandatory service died in a tragic motor accident.

Ameh was one of the Batch B Stream 2 set corp members that celebrated their passing out parade on November 4, 2016, in a happy mood, he was heading back home to meet his family in Benue State when he met his death in a fatal motor accident along Otukpa-Ugbokolo Road in Ogbadibo Local Government Area of Benue State. He was buried on Tuesday, November 8, in Itabono Owukpa, Ogbadibo Local Government Area, Benue State.

Abba Peter Ameh

Female Corper BLEEDS To Death In Bayelsa Orientation Camp

A 27-year old, female corps Member, Elechi Chiyerom also died at the Bayelsa National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) camp after bleeding and vomiting on arrival at the camp.

The graduate of the Ignatius Azuru University of Education, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, was confirmed dead five days after arriving at the camp.

The report noted that the deceased looked "terribly sick" when she arrived at the camp and was rushed to the camp's sick bay after she relapsed into ill-health

The doctor at the NYSC camp's clinic was said to have referred her to the state-owned Diette-Koki Memorial Hospital in the Opolo area of Yenagoa, the state capital, where she was confirmed dead while NYSC officials said that it was a case of "non-disclosure" of state of health by the corps member.

Another Corps member, Ukeme Monday Asuquo, a first class graduate, who was mobilised to Zamfara State for the NYSC programme also died in the camp. The Petroleum Engineering graduate who never wanted to serve in Zamfara died at the orientation Camp in Zamfara after suffering from Diarrhea.

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