NYSC Allawee for all States in Nigeria 2023 (Current Information)

NYSC state Allawee/Allowances for different states in Nigeria this 2023.

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We wrote earlier on the best states to serve as a youth corper in Nigeria. This time,  we shall list the new NYSC allowance or state allawee paid by the different states in Nigeria this 2023.

NYSC is a compulsory one year service to Nigeria. One is required as a graduate of any recognised university in Nigeria to serve his or her nation. Before prospective corp members gets their call-up letters for service, they would like to know how much states would pay to Youth corpers serving in the state.

The truth of the matter concerning NYSC allowance is that most states that are considered unsafe for Youth corpers hardly pay state allowance, while the states considered best states for serving as NYSC corp members pay corpers from N5000 naira to N15k depending on the place of posting.

There was a rumour that the Federal Government wanted to increase the Youth Corpers allawance to a new salary of N33,000 after the minimum wage increase this 2023 according to the minister of finance and Director General of the National Youth Service Corp.

Most people view the increment of NYSC allawee as a scope to bribe Corp members in supporting the current regime in the country. Others are of the opinion that if the Federal government increases the NYSC allowance this 2023, it will go a long way in helping the welfare of corpers.

With the newly increased minimum wage to N33,000, we believe that the FG will have no choice than to increase corp members fee and states should follow suit. We will update this article as soon as it is in effect.

Aside from the federal government normal allawee for youth corpers which is now N33, 000 officially, there are other ways to make money as a youth corper easily.

Please note this current list of NYSC allowance for the different states In Nigeria might increase or decrease as time goes on.

Below is a list of state allawee in Nigeria for serving corpers.

  1. Akwa Ibom State pays N5,000: This state is located in the South-South region of the country and has been known to be one of the most peaceful states in Nigeria where a youth corper can serve without security threat. The state government pay corp members N5,000 monthly aside their Federal government allawee.
  2. Lagos state pays N15,000: This is so and some times N10,000 to corpers in ministry and N5000 to those in LGA. The reason most corpers rush to Lagos is due to its safety status and because its a state where you can get job easily as a youth corper.
  3. Sokoto state pays N4,000: Located in the northern part of Nigeria, Sokoto state goverment pays corpers the sum of N4,000 and N9,000 to those working in the state’s hospital.
  4. Enugu State Pays N3,800: This is a verified figure as this eastern state is one of the places that is best and safe for youth corp members to serve for NYSC.
  5. Oyo State Pays N3,800: This is another state that doesn’t pay their corpers good monthly allowance, but will overuse them.
  6. Osun State Pays N5,000: We expect the Ogun state government to increase the salary that they pay corp members due to the fact that minimum wage has been increased to N30,000.
  7. Kano State Pays N4,000: Honestly, Kano is one of the best northern state that is safe to serve as corper if you are looking for a good state in Nigeria to carry out your Youth service. The only pitfall is that they are not among the highest paying states for corpers in Nigeria.
  8. Borno State Pays N1,000: Even though the people of Borno are poor, the state government manages to pay N1,000 to its corpers. We know that borno is one of the worst states that is not safe in the north to serve.
  9. Niger State Pays N6,000 (stopped): During my time in Niger state, the then governor, Muazu paid us N6,000 monthly in Niger state but today, reports reaching us is that the current administration no longer value or even pay corpers anymore.
  10. Yobe State Pays N2,500.
  11. Bayelsa Pays N3,000.
  12. Ekiti state Pays N5,000.
  13. Ebonyi state Pays N10,000 from March 2018
  14. Ogun State Pays N5,000.
  15. Delta States Pays N5,000.
  16. Bauchi State Pays N1,250.
  17. Cross River State Pays N5000 (New).
  18. Zamfara State Pays N3,000.
  19. Abia State Pays N5,000.
  20. Imo State Pays N2,000: Dubbed as the richest state in Igbo land, this state is one where corp members find job opportunities easy to come by. How and why corpers welfare is not taken serious in this state still shocks us.
  21. Taraba state Pays N10,000 at the capital. Reports reaching us from a corper there suggests that Taraba has stopped paying corp nemebers.
  22. Kaduna State Pays 3000: Aside the fact that Kaduna is a wealthy state, it surprises me that the governor pays N3000 to corpers.  We hope that with the increment in minimum wage, the government will follow suit by increasing youth corpers pay.
  23. Jigawa State Pays 10,000.
  24. Kano State Pays 10,000.(New by Ganduje)
  25. Nassarawa State Pays 3,000.
  26. Porthacourt has not yet paid corpers for the past 5 years.

As you all know that no man is an island of knowledge, this list of state allawee for Youth corpers in Nigeria may not be complete or totally correct, if you feel that we omitted any Nigerian state or didn’t get any figure correctly, kindly assist us by putting the correct answer for NYSC state allowance for corpers using the comment section below.

Prospective corpers should see new info below

List of states that pay and don’t pay NYSC Corp members (2023)

The NYSC 2023 Batch B registration begins soon, below are states that pay extra allowance aside from the federal government ₦19,800 allawee.

For you to be eligible to receive this allowance in the states that pay, you must be posted to a government establishment. For those working in private companies or firms, it might be difficult but not impossible.

1. ANAMBRA: Corpers in Anambra state are paid ₦8,500 monthly which makes this state the highest paying state in Nigeria.

2. AKWA IBOM: Corp members are paid ₦5,000 monthly.

3. JIGAWA: This state pays ₦5,000 monthly to corps members deployed to their state.

4. DELTA: Delta state pays ₦5,000 per monthly to NYSC corpers.

5. ZAMFARA: Zamfara state government pays ₦5,000 monthly to youth corpers.

6. NASARAWA: They pay ₦5,000 monthly and it is stable.

7. BAYELSA: Bayelsa state pags ₦3,000 per month to those working in the town while those who stay close to the water are paid ₦5,000.

8. OSUN: Although Osun state pays ₦5,000 monthly, information gathered shows that the last time they received such allowance was in March 2023. But, the 2018 Batch C Stream 1 and 2 has not received any dime from the state government.

9. KATSINA: Kastina state corpers are paid up to ₦4,000 every month.

10. OYO: Oyo state pays ₦4,000 monthly and it is regular.

11. SOKOTO: While Sokoto state pays ₦3,750 monthly, corp members  only receive it at the end of service year, which totals ₦45,000.

12. ENUGU: It will shock you that this state pays only ₦1,000 a month to corpers in the following towns – Enugu North, Enugu East and Enugu South while ₦3,500 are paid to those serving in villages.

13. KEBBI: Kebbi state pay a monthly allawee of ₦2,000.

14. LAGOS: This state pays allowance to the first 100 lucky corpers to be registered; i.e ₦15,000 monthly to some lucky ones serving in public schools and ₦10,000 monthly to some lucky ones serving in the secretariat. To be eligible to be among the 100 lucky corpers, immediately you’re given your PPA letter, rush to Alausa Secretariat, at the ministry of special duties to have your number, cause it’s slot and it’s strictly on first to come, first to serve basis. You might be wondering why we didn’t say that Lagos state is the highest state, it’s because they don’t pay allowance to all the corps members deployed to their state, unlike Anambra state that pays everyone serving in public establishments.

15. TARABA: This state pays ₦6,000 monthly, they select some few NYSC corps members serving in public establishments in their state and pay them. They started paying from March 2018.

16. ADAMAWA: This state pays ₦20,000 to NYSC corps members deployed to their state during POP.

17. EBONYI: The state government paid NYSC corps members deployed to their state ₦9,757 from March 2018 – March 2023, but since then, they’ve never received a dime. Most people are saying that the all of sudden state allowance was politically motivated, because, the state governor stopped paying immediately he was re-elected for second term in office.

18. ABUJA: The FCT does not pay corps members any allowance, even thou, it’s the capital of the country. But, it’s easier to earn money in Abuja, since there are lot’s of big companies that you can serve in and those big companies pay huge amount of allowances to the corps members serving there.

19. KWARA, BAUCHI, KOGI, NIGER, KADUNA, EKITI, PLATEAU, RIVERS, BENUE, KANO, IMO, ONDO, OGUN, YOBE, CROSS RIVER, BORNO, ABIA, GOMBE and EDO do not pay corps members deployed to their states as of editing this post.

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  1. As a lawyer, which area is the most likely place I’ll be posted to in Bayelsa state?

    1. It depends on the PPA where NYSC choses to post you. If an organization needs a lawyer, they might send you there

  2. Can I redeploy from Zamfara state base on security?

    1. If there are security issues there, the you can redeploy

  3. Can i redeploy from Abia to imo state

    1. Yes you can but for the right reasons

  4. Ebonyi state is no longer paying corpers

  5. Please how do I choose PPA by myself

  6. Can I redeploy from kwara State to PH?

  7. Comment: I was redeployed for ekiti state to Abia but never my choice …pls can I relocated again to river state

  8. Does it mean that Abuja do not also pay even after the end of one’s service year?

    1. Believe you me, their allawee isn’t stable

  9. Comment:what is the prospect of a geographer serving in Always Ibom, Anambra, Borno, Jigawa, Oyo or Abuja?

  10. Aigberaodion Nelson

    Please is kastina and illorin safe??

  11. Aigberaodion Nelson

    Is kastina safe???

    1. For now, it looks like its safe but we can’t guarantee since its located in the north

  12. Do u know how much bank of industry pay corper?

    1. we currently do not have information on such

  13. Comment:sokoto did not pay up their state allowance for batch A 2019

  14. I was posted to IMO, but later redeployed to Delta can I still partake in their state allawee

  15. My relocation has been approved from Ondo to Delta but I was told to contact my state cordinator before I can print my relocation letter what should I do now??

  16. I dont know if edo state is paying state allowance to 2020 batch A corp members

  17. Abdullahi Aliyu Hassan

    My relocation letter has been approved from Delta to Kano, but to print the relocation letter i must get clearance from my State coordinator, what does that mean please.

  18. Is federal government paying N33,000 or N19,800? I saw N19,800 on your post.

  19. Pls can someone work for direct posting before going to camp?

    1. Yes it is possible if you meet the right person

  20. Ihedigbo chinaza Sampson

    Please admin does anambra government pays corpers serving in private establishment in anambra state?

  21. Wow a very Important article i came across today , cos I’m not ready to serve in just any state o

    1. Please admin I want to know whether River State pay her corps members?

  22. Pls admin how much does rivers state government paying their corps members and is it 19,800 or 33,000 the fed govt paying the corps members

    1. It depends on the organization you work for

  23. Ekpete Ayibapretari

    Any ideas how much Osun state pay their nurses?

  24. Michael Adah Samson

    I have spent over 4 months serving Nasarawa state,I have not been receiving state Allawee.

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