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Nasarawa Gov to Employers: Don’t reject NYSC members

Nasarawa Gov to Employers: Don’t reject NYSC members

By Igba Kuza Lafia

Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa State has appealed to employers in the State not to reject members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) posted to their establishments for the one year national service.

Sule, made the appeal Wednesday, at the orientation course closing ceremony of the 2024 Batch A Stream I corps members posted to the State at Magaji Dan Yamusa NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp in Keffi Local Government Area.

He called on them to accept and be accommodating to all corps members posted to their establishments and offer them positive and impactful mentorship for a memorable service year and help lay a solid foundation for their future.

Accordingly, he encouraged them to carry with them the sense of duty, the commitment of their host communities and the passion for positive change that they had cultivated during the three weeks exercise as they prepare to travel to their places of primary assignments for continuation of the one year service.

The Governor who extended his heartfelt gratitude for their dedication, passion and unwavering spirit assured the corps members of his administration’s statutory responsibility to their welfare, security and general well-being.

In his address, Coordinator of the scheme in the state, Mr Abdullahi Jikamshi, applauded the 2001 corps members and the entire camp community for the success of the orientation course despite some challenges.

Jikamshi said during the three weeks orientation exercise, the corps members were exposed to the ideals of the scheme and underwent diverse training activities such a drills, lectures, value reorientation. Other activities included sports, social activities, skill acquisition, citizenship and leadership trainings as well as healthy inter-platoon competitions.

“Our corps members were equally introduced to the Skill Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development (SAED) program, a successful initiative of the scheme which has paved the way for numerous entrepreneurs, job creators and wealth builders over the years,” he added.

He also urged the corps to accept their postings with grace, resist the urge to lobby for reposting but instead settle down and begin to make positive impact as they have been trained to do.

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