Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State, yesterday cautioned Ministries, Departments and Agencies, MDAs, in the state not to dismiss National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, individuals presented on their foundations.
Governor Ugwuanyi, who gave the notice amid the end service of 2017 Batch ‘B’ Stream 1 NYSC introduction at Awgu, said that administration glares at such state of mind that makes superfluous bother and hardship corps individuals.
“Consequently, government will view with seriousness any reported case of rejection of corps members,” he said.
Governor Ugwuanyi, who was spoken to by the State Commissioner for Youth and Sports, Mr. Joseph Udedi, emphasized that the real goal of the NYSC was to encourage solidarity and incorporation among the assorted nationalities of Nigeria through the young people.
The Governor uncovered that the state government embraced the arrangement of drawing in a more noteworthy level of corps individuals in the training division with a view to giving a sound instructive framework whereupon its change plan could be figured it out.
He accordingly asked them to seek after the acknowledgment of this objective in useful terms by embracing their host groups as their home and participate in adding to the group they were posted in the state, and guaranteed of satisfactory security in the state.
Governor Ugwuanyi guaranteed that legislature would keep on providing the empowering condition for them to release their duties, even as he guaranteed them of their consistent remittances from the state government.
The State Coordinator of NYSC, Alhaji Ahmed Wada Ikaka said “the corps members for the discipline and commitment they exhibited throughout the duration of the exercise, and urged them to take the good conduct to their places of primary assignment.”
“Remember, this is an opportunity to contribute to the growth and development of the country and that their performance can earn them special recognition and awards at the local, state and national level.”
The State Coordinator valued the State Governor, Ugwuanyi, Awgu neighborhood government director, Stanley Okeke, his ancestor, Ugonna Ibe and in addition the military, police and other sister security organizations for their help amid the Orientation work out.
He likewise expressed gratitude toward the Director General of NYSC, Brigadier General S. Z. Kazaure, who helped the camp and furthermore granted an agreement for the development of a business standard borehole and reticulation of water to ease the enduring water deficiency looked in the camp.
No under 2, 208 corps individuals, made up of 1080 guys and 1128 females participated in the Orientation course.
Source: Vanguard Nigeria