The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme has been central to the successful realization of he dream “Nigeria”. The NYSC scheme introduced into the Nigerian polity on 22″”May 1973 amidst widespread protests by the target category of youths, has however, over the years garnered for itself general acceptability and acclaimed as one of the most potent instruments in our collective stride towards creating a humane, just and egalitarian society based on mutual trusts, tolerance and peaceful co-existence. From the formative years of the scheme to its present age of maturity, the NYSC has made its impact felt in the socio-economic, educational and cultural developments of the nation. It has been generally accepted that if Nigeria is to rnakc rapid progress on all fronts internally, and if she is to make her mark on the African arid indeed aillong the nations of the world, her youths must be fully nlobilised and be prepared to offer willingly and without asking for rewards in turn, their best in the service of their nation at all times. The purpose is primarily to inculcate in Nigerian Youths, the spirit of d i l e s service to the complicity and to emphasize the spirit of oneness and brotherhood of all Nigerians irrespective of cultural background. The history of our country s ~ n c independence has clearly indicated the need for unity amongst all our people, and demonstrated the fact that n o cultural or geographical entity can exist in is dlutidn. The go political, social and economic climate in Nigeria soon after independence in October 1960 raised serious and genuine doubts in the minds of most people about the capacity and capability of Nigerians and their leaders to build one nation, strong and united.