Another Minister in NYSC Scandal
ABUJA—Minister of Communications, Mr. Adebayo Shittu, did not answer call-up in the National Youth Service Scheme, NYSC, as indicated by an online entrance, Premium Times. Read likewise: Shittu, Adeosun outrages: ‘Here’s my NYSC photographs,’ Nigerians respond, indicate confirmations Mr. Shittu neglected to take an interest in the NYSC plot regardless of moving on from the then University of Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University) at age 25.
The disclosure about Mr. Shittu, who is at present calculating to end up Oyo State representative, is becoming visible about seven days after Kemi Adeosun was constrained to venture down from her post as Nigeria’s back pastor after this medium announced that she skipped national administration and after that acquired a phony exclusion endorsement to cover her tracks. Cautious checks at the NYSC central station demonstrated that the Communications Minister did not present himself for benefit after graduation and is yet to do as such till date.
Shittu responds Minister of Communications, Dr Adebayo Shittu s When reached, Mr. Shittu conceded that he didn’t serve however asserted he figured his first political post after graduation could get the job done as national administration. He stated: “The constitution accommodates the capability required for state gathering individuals, NYSC isn’t there. I didn’t require it to end up an individual from the State Assembly, and that is now an administration.” Mr Shittu, conceived on March 23, 1953, examined law at Ife, graduating in 1978.
He continued to the Nigerian Law School, Lagos, qualifying as a legal advisor in 1979. The Minister said he deliberatively skirted the NYSC conspire on the grounds that he was persuaded that his enrollment of the state get together was itself an “administration”. Mr Shittu couldn’t help contradicting our journalist who worked to disclose to him that the NYSC Act makes support in the plan compulsory for all graduates like him and that race or arrangement to political office does not qualify as a reason for exclusion.