NYSC: Ebonyi Coordinator tasks corpers on promoting image of scheme, security


As the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) marked the closing ceremony of  the 2021 Batch 'A' Stream II Corps Orientation Course, the Ebonyi State Coordinator, Mrs Bamai Mercy Dawuda has urged the new corps members to promote the good image of the scheme while leaving the camp to their various places of primary assignment.

Mrs Bamai
gave this advice at NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, Old MacGregor College, Afikpo North Local Government Area of Ebonyi State during the event.

She asked the new corps members who have successfully completed their orientation course to be security conscious following the rising cases of insecurity across the nation as they leave to discharge their duties in various Ministries, Departments and Agencies in Ebonyi State.
"Let me remind you to always use the security tips given to you here, be security conscious, avoid any form of protest and be a good Ambassadors of this great nation, preach against social vices that can lead to the destruction of our father land.

"Avoid anything that can tarnish the image of the NYSC scheme, your family and Nigeria at large," the NYSC State Coordinator advised.

Mrs Bamai further urged the new corpers to put up their best the trainings given to them  during the orientation course for the  development of the country.

She also commended Ebonyi State Government under the watch of Governor David Nweze Umahi for its innumerable supports and encouragement to the scheme.

She equally appreciated all the collaborating agencies alongside the NYSC staff in the state for their contributions  to the success of the execution of the orientation course.

NATIONAL PANEL had earlier reported that the NYSC State Coordinator,  Mrs Bamai Mercy Dawuda on Friday 21st May, 2021 flagged off the Orientation Course and judiciously caried out the camp activities for the benefit of the Corps members including the cultural carnival anchored on 'unity march' as the NYSC clocked 48 years.

has therefore, advised the Corps members to accept their posting letters in good fate and settle quickly in their places of primary assignment following their successful completion of the camp orientation programme for national integration and advancement.

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