The European Union (EU) has announced plan to donate laptops and smartphones to members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC).
Only NYSC members who worked during the 2019 general elections in Nigeria will benefit from the EU donation.
The laptops and smartphones are equipments the EU used for monitoring the 2019 elections in the country.
The equipments also include printers that the EU would be donating to appreciate corps members who worked as ad-hoc staff or who did voter education work.
“The EU Delegation to Nigeria wants to donate the items used by the EU Election Observation Mission during its assignment in the country to deserving National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) members, in recognition of their contribution and sacrifice in the just-concluded elections,” the EU said.
According to the Union, corps members who participated in voter education activities or served as ad hoc staff, and wish to receive any of the items, should send a message on Twitter or tag the EU on Instagram @euinnigeria, using the hashtag #EU4DemocracyNG.
The corps members are expected to attach photos of themselves in the field as ad-hoc staff or voter education volunteer.
“Also add a video of no more than 30 seconds, saying why you chose to volunteer in this process,” said the EU.
Deadline for entries is Wednesday, April 3, 2019.
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