Peace Corps of Nigeria starts documentation, verification of members
Written by Morenike Adebayo on January 19, 2018
The Peace Corps of Nigeria has called on all officers of the corps who are yet to do their documentation to immediately report at their various commands for proper verification.
The exercise, which is the final verification phase before the takeover of the organization by the federal government commenced on the fifteenth January and will end on the fifteenth of February, 2018.
According to a statement signed by its Public Relations Officer, Patriot Millicent Umoru, the documentation and verification exercise follows the resolution of the corps at its just concluded council meeting.
The leadership of the corps also admonished bonafide members to pay the 2018 annual developmental fee in January in order to sustain the tempo of the organisation’s activities as well as its continued advocacy programmes for the assent to the bill of establishment by the President of the country.
The statement said the fee payment becomes crucial following the obstruction of its activities nationwide despite court orders, an action it said has incapacitated the corps financially.
While instructing members to submit relevant credentials, enlistment letter and confirmation letter, during verification, the corps urged state commandants to submit a comprehensive list of their personnel strength on or before twentieth February, 2018.