From Olanrewaju Lawal, Birnin-Kebbi
The Executive Director of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Brigadier General MK Fada, instructed corps members to use the lessons learned during their three-week orientation courses in the camp for the development of their communities d reception and places of the primary school. Assignments.
Fada said so on Tuesday while addressing members of 2022 Group B Corps 1 during the closing ceremony of the orientation course held at Dakingari camp in the local government area. of Suru, Kebbi State.
Additionally, the closing ceremony ended on a pleasant note with a marital engagement between Corps members, Eze James Uwaezuoke, KB/22B/0015 of Imo State and Isiorahov Oja Efemena, KB/22A/ 0616 from Delta State, while the Coordinator of Kebbi State, Alhaji Mustapha Mohammed gave them his fatherly blessings.
While addressing the Corps member, the DG represented by the Kebbi State Coordinator, Alhaji Mustapha Mohammed, the Director General urged the Corps members to respect and learn the culture of their respective host communities , to abide by the rules and regulations in their main duty stations. , as well as to avoid any act that could endanger their safety.
“I urge you to perform your duties diligently and be guided by the provisions of the law and NYSC regulations and the rules and regulations of the workplace,” he said.
The Executive Director urges them to serve as good ambassadors for their families, their institutions and the National Youth Service Corps.
He instructed the members of the body to ensure that they reflect on the four cardinal programs of the program, as they were taught during the orientation course.
The NYSC boss warned them to refrain from any negative use of social media and encouraged them to use the platform to promote national unity and integration.
While advising them to be wary of acts that cast a negative image of the regime, especially vices such as drug abuse and trafficking, cybercrime and advance fee fraud, the DG enjoined the corps members to continue to uphold the law while serving as role models. for the youngest.
Brigadier General Fadah warned against unauthorized travel and night travel, saying traveling at night will not only increase the risk of an accident but also make rescue difficult.
He advised to “always shorten your trips from six o’clock in the evening and stay overnight in NYSC Lodges, military barracks and other places officially designated as safe”.
He advised Corps members to always obey COVID-19 prevention protocols and the need to take the full dose of pandemic vaccines to prevent the spread of the disease in their respective communities.
The Director General also urged them to take seriously the post-camp training of the Skills Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development Program to be self-reliant and workforce employers.
Fadah called on corps employers to always accept corps members assigned to them and make the necessary arrangements for their well-being, properly mentoring them to enable them to develop their potential.