NYSC DG Solicit Stakeholders' Support as He Continues Camp Tours

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NYSC DG Solicit Stakeholders' Support as He Continues Camp Tours

The Director-General of National Youth Service Corps - NYSC, Brigadier General Sulaiman Kazaure while embarking on his routine orientation camp tour has appealed to all stakeholders to support the management of the scheme in discharging its duties to continually accomplish the aim of the scheme.

Kazaure who addressed Batch B Stream 1 Corps Members today at NYSC Camp, Ise-Orun Emure-Ekiti said that provision and maintenance of Orientation Camps are responsibilities of State Governments.

The DG commended Ekiti State Government for supporting the scheme with logistic provisions.

Advising the Corps Members, Kazaure said they should shun every form of sharp practices. He stressed that dignity of labour, strong determination and sincerity of purpose are essential qualities that would enhance their success in life.

The Director-General also urged them to be security conscious, avoid unnecessary journey and imbibe good moral conduct in their places of primary assignments.

Speaking further, General Kazaure appealed to the Corps Members to embrace Skills Acquisition and become job creators instead of seeking for unavailable salary jobs.

During his visit, Brigadier General Kazaure decorated newly promoted military personnel who were officially assigned to the camp with their new ranks.

NYSC DG Solicit Stakeholders' Support as He Continues Camp Tours

The Ekiti State NYSC Coordinator, Mrs Ukagha Ukano in her speech commended the State Government for augmenting the feeding of Corps Members and Camp Officials.

She said that State Government had fulfilled the promise it made for the Scheme earlier this year.

Ukano told the DG that a total of 2,376 Corps Members took the Oath of Allegiance during the swearing-in ceremony comprising of 1,202 males and 1,174 females.

The state coordinator said 161 Corps Members had been given permission to leave the Camp on health grounds.

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