GOV MAI MALA BUNI SOLICITS CORP MEMBERS SUPPORTS IN TACKLING UNEMPLOYMENT

By Alkasim Bala

The Yobe state Governor Mai Mala Buni wants corp members to use experiences acquired during the service year to complement government effort in addressing the current level of unemployment in the country.

Governor Mai Mala Buni made the call in a farewell address at the passing out ceremony for 2021 batch A stream 2 that served in Yobe state.

Governor Mai Mala Buni represented by Yobe state commissioner Youth, Sports, Social and Community Development Goni Bukar Lawan explained that the experience garnered by the out going corp members during the one year service should propel them in the pursuit of their life goals.

Governor Buni however assured of his administration’s determination on youth empowerment qnd improved security to create enabling environment for sustainable economic growth.

Also the Yobe state NYSC board chairman represent by the permanent Secretary of the ministry of youth, sports and social development, Abba Muhammed Anas said the out going corp members have exhibited high level of commitment in the discharge of their duties hence the successes recorded.

He assured of more support to the NYSC scheme in the state and appealed to the outgoing corp members to always put into good use the lessons learned from participating in the scheme.

Earlier, the Yobe state coordinator of the NYSC Hajiya Hafsat Yarima explained that the out going corp members have executed numerous community developmental projects ranging from construction works, infrastructural improvement to health services extension, sanitation and other social services.

She commended Nigerians on behalf of the scheme for their support to the NYSC Trust Fund Bill presently before the National Assembly which according to her when passed into law would help Corp members become self reliant.

Radio Nigeria observed that three hundred and forty two corp members have successfully been disengaged while two others have their service year extended by two months for acts of impropriety which violates the NYSC bye-law.

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