Exchange Ideas that would build a United Nigeria – DG NYSC Charges corps Members.


By Abdullahi jalaludden

The Director General of National Youth Service Corps Brig.Gen. Shu’aibu Ibrahim has charged Corps members to Exchange Ideas and build a lasting friendship that would build a United Nigeria.

Brig. Gen. Shu’aibu Ibrahim disclosed this during the swearing in ceremony of the 2021 Bach c stream 2 corps members in Kano held at the Permanent Orientation Camp Kusalla, Karaye local Government Area of Kano state.

The Director General who was Represented by the coordinator of the Scheme in Kano Hajiya Aisha Tata Mohammad said the Scheme was established to Assembled at Corps members from diverse ethics, religious and socio-economic background aimed at broadening them to have a better understanding of there country.

He said the NYSC scheme would enable the Corp members to a
Have an enabling environment to effectively Contribute there own quota in building a great Nation.

Brigedia General Shuaibu Ibrahim Encouraged the Corp members to imbibe the Culture of Patriotism and dedication,aimed at Enhancing Unity and Paeceful Coexistence of the Nation.

“Exchange ideas and buildil lasting friendship with a view to advancing the progress of a United Nigeria”

The Charged the newly sworn Corp members to ensure that they utilize the skills acquisition and entrepreneur development program so that they will become self-employed and employers of Labour.

In her address the State coordinator Hajiya Aisha tata Muhammad who was Represented by the Comp Director Shafin Cletus said as at on Monday 12 Noon a total of 2054 Corp members were registered comprising 999 male and 1055 female.

She noted that the orientation course was designed to prepare and equipped the Corp members with physical and mentally training aimed at preparing them for their unique roles during the service year.

Aisha Tata Mohammad cautioned them against indulging into cultism,drug abuse ,and other social vices.

She Added that the Kano Orientation camp had adhered to Covid-19 sefety Protocol.

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