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What To Do After NYSC Relocation

What To Do After NYSC Relocation

What to do after NYSC relocation is probably what you want to know now as you have successfully processed your NYSC relocation. In your NYSC-Call up letter, the NYSC Management sent you to Adamawa state and then during the orientation camp, you applied for relocation and redeployment and yes, it worked. The NYSC officials relocate you back to Lagos. Then the question is now what next. See also: NYSC Redeployment Letter Sample – Pictures

What To Do After NYSC Relocation

The next thing to do after NYSC relocation is to go to your new state and tender your relocation letter to them. They will then give you a Place of Primary Assignment or ask you to find one by yourself.

Example

Don’t mind me, I love examples, just to make you understand fully. Lola checked her call-up letter and found Plateau state. She cannot serve for 11 months in Plateau state due to some reasons that are known to her, so she is planning to redeploy to Lagos during orientation camp. She took the redeployment form and it worked. The NYSC official just relocates her to Lagos. The question you are asking now is what is the next thing Lola will do after NYSC relocation. Read also: How to Print NYSC Online Relocation and Redeployment Letter

Just as I said above, Lola will travel to Lagos and go straight to Lagos NYSC secretariat to show the LI and officials her relocation letter. The LI will then give her a PPA in Lagos or ask her to find one.

To answer your question of what is next, you will go directly to your new state for documentation. You have no business with the original state again.


I hope my answer is clear and you get it. If you need anything else, feel free to ask me below. Am always here.

About Lola Princess

I am Lola Princess and am from Earth. I am from somewhere in Osun State, raised in Lagos, based in Lagos. I love making friends and blogging. Am your NYSC Google Assistant and am always here.

10 comments

  1. I apply for relocation in Kaduna back to Anambra and that is it, i have not done anything again since then. what should i do now? please Lola .

  2. I don’t know about relocation letter but we were told to print our PPA letter online to know where we are posted.

  3. Hello lola. Please I relocated from edo state to Lagos state and I got approved . Based on the fact that I am heavily pregnant and I am due to put to bed on the 10th of December . Now I had to leave the country in the 28th of November to have my baby abroad because of health issues and my return date is for 6th January that when it would be okay for us to fly back . What do I do. As in the relocation letter I’m seeing I have to report within 21 days . I haven’t even put to bed yet and Iv been on the hospital bed . What can I do .

    • Your own case is different. The 21 days might not be applicable to you but you will have to inform them at the NYSC Local govt secretariat first. Go to your Local Government and discuss with your LI. You will be given a permission.

  4. Lola plz i want to help Mayo. i mean the lady that ask u what she wil do abt her Aproved relocation letter. U knw i was worried abt mine bfore i finally printed it. Then yesterday being 6 Dec. went to my nyse state secretariat and submitted and we were ask to come back on 3 Jan. then, today. i recieve a text message which says that the date given to me to report to my nysc secret. is now INVALID and that i shuld report on 7 jan. I tod d sender dat i went yesterday and had submitted my document. He reply dat submission is nt documentation that i should strickly adhered for to 7 jan. Lola plz why is it dat i can no longer see pictures and comments?

    • Thanks for the beautiful contribution Dear Gift. Your picture have to do with your Google plus account. or maybe it’s just the network. But you should be sure you have a picture on your Google+ Profile.

  5. I mean the photos that u used to tell ur stories and comments that follows. i no longer see comments except i go to NYSC NEWS COMMENT FEEDS

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