More than four hundred National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) members who were camped in Taraba for the 2018 batch B stream 1 orientation course have relocated from Taraba to other states.
Those who relocated cited ill health, insecurity, others as reasons for relocation.
The state co-ordinator of the scheme in Taraba Florence Yaakugh, who disclosed this to newsmen in her office at the NYSC orientation Camp after the Passing out parade (POP) put the figure at 40- 50 percent.
Earlier in her speech at the POP, the state co-ordinator enjoined the corps members to be obedient to all rules guiding the scheme as indiscipline would not be tolerated.
The Coordinator commended Governor Ishaku and the people of Taraba for their continued support and co-operation to the organization.
In his speech the Taraba state governor Darius Dickson Ishaku, enjoined the National Youth Service corps (NYSC) members serving in the state to utilize every available opportunity to integrate with the people of the state.
Ishaku who reminded them that their assessment began in camp also said the training they had would determine their overall performance at the end of the service year.
Represented by the permanent secretary ministry of Justice Yamusa Shita, the governor assured the corps members of a conducive atmosphere for them to serve in the state. Adding that Taraba state was friendly and accommodating to visitors.
He implored them to conduct themselves in a manner expected of leaders of tomorrow. He further assured them that the State Government would reward excellence and outstanding service.