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States That Pay NYSC Corpers (2024/2025)

Are You Looking For The State In Nigeria That Pay NYSC Corpers (2024/2025)?

As the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) mobilization for the 2024/2025 batch approaches, prospective corpers are understandably eager to know where they might be deployed.

While many make their decision based on the state government that offers stipends to corpers serving within their borders.

In this blog post, We will provide you with a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of states that pay NYSC corpers, addressing all your burning questions about stipends, allowances, and other forms of financial support.

Congratulation for making it this far, As by the end of this article, you’ll be able to make an informed decision about your preferred state of service.

List Of States with Confirmed Corper Stipend Payments:

  1. Akwa Ibom State: Offers a monthly stipend of N30,000.
  2. Bayelsa State:

    Provides a monthly allowance of N35,000.

  3. Cross River State:

    Pays a monthly stipend of N30,000.

  4. Delta State:

    Offers a monthly allowance of N30,000.

  5. Ebonyi State:

    Provides a monthly stipend of N25,000.

  6. Edo State:

    Pays a monthly allowance of N25,000.

  7. Enugu State:

    Offers a monthly stipend of N30,000.

  8. Gombe State:

    Provides a monthly allowance of N25,000.

  9. Imo State:

    Pays a monthly stipend of N20,000.

  10. Rivers State:

    Offers a monthly allowance of N35,000.

  11. Taraba State:

    Provides a monthly stipend of N25,000.

List Of States with Unconfirmed or Unstable Corper Stipend Payments:

Please note that the following states may or may not offer financial incentives to corpers, and the information available is subject to change:

    • Abia State
    • Adamawa State
    • Anambra State
    • Bauchi State
    • Benue State
    • Borno State
    • Ekiti State
    • Jigawa State
    • Kaduna State
    • Kano State
    • Katsina State
    • Kebbi State
    • Kogi State
    • Kwara State
    • Lagos State
    • Nasarawa State
    • Niger State
    • Ogun State
    • Ondo State
    • Osun State
    • Oyo State
  • Plateau State
  • Sokoto State
  • Yobe State
  • Zamfara State

 

FAQs


How much is the NYSC corper stipend in 2024/2025?

The official NYSC stipend for all states is N33,240 per month. However, some states offer additional financial incentives to corpers serving within their borders.

Which states pay the highest corper stipend?

As of December 2023, the states with the highest confirmed corper stipends (excluding additional allowances) are:

  • Rivers State: N35,000
  • Bayelsa State: N35,000
  • Akwa Ibom State: N30,000
  • Enugu State: N30,000
  • Delta State: N30,000

Do all states pay corpers additional allowances?

No, not all states pay additional allowances to corpers. Some states, like Rivers and Bayelsa, include housing allowances or transportation support in their total package, while others rely solely on the official NYSC stipend.

How can I find out if a state pays additional corper allowances?

The best way to confirm if a state offers additional allowances is to contact the NYSC liaison officers in that state directly.They can provide you with the latest information on corper benefits and support programs.

Do I have to pay back the corper stipend if I leave my service early?

Yes, if you leave your NYSC service early without proper authorization, you may be required to refund the corper stipend you received. It’s crucial to fulfill your service commitment to avoid any financial repercussions.

What happens if a state doesn’t pay the promised corper stipend?

If a state fails to pay the promised corper stipend, you can report the issue to the NYSC headquarters or your Local Government Inspector (LGI). The NYSC will investigate the matter and take appropriate action to ensure you receive your rightful benefits.

Can I negotiate my corper stipend with the state government?

No, the NYSC stipend is a standardized amount set by the Federal Government, and individual states cannot deviate from it. Any negotiation attempts are likely to be unsuccessful.

Should I choose my state of service based solely on the corper stipend?

While financial incentives are important, focusing solely on the stipend is not recommended. You should also consider other factors like job opportunities, living expenses, security, and cultural compatibility when making your decision.

Are there any tax implications for the corper stipend?

The NYSC stipend is currently tax-free for corpers. However, any additional allowances or benefits provided by the state government may be subject to taxation depending on their nature and amount.

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