NYSC reportedly decamps Oyo corp member over viral tweet condemning the hostel (video)

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) leadership has purportedly decamped a corp member stationed in Oyo State for criticizing the accommodation at Iseyin orientation camp.

The corp member, only known by his Twitter handle @anthonystilldey, took to the microblogging network to express his dissatisfaction with the hostel’s condition.

He compared it to Kirikiri Maximum Jail, claiming that the prison facility is superior to Oyo state orientation camp.

He also complained about having to spend three weeks in camp and advocated for the mandatory one-year national service to be abolished.

Sharing a video of the hostel, the tweep wrote,

“Kirikiri >>> Ajimobi hostel.

So I’ll be here for three weeks.

Scrap NYSC now!”

The tweet quickly went viral on social media and apparently captured the attention of the camp coordinators who tracked him down.

According to online sources, the young man was decamped on Monday morning, August 21, and his service year has been extended without payment.

A tweep shared the update. See below,

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