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No Corps Member would be posted to any location with security breach - Director-General

NYSC Reiterates Commitment to Corps Members Security - THE Management of National Youth Service Corps has assured that no Corps Member would be posted to any location with security breach. 

The Director-General, Brigadier General Sulaiman Kazaure, disclosed this today in Asaya Orientation Camp Kogi state, during his visit to the 2017 Batch 'B' Stream Two Corps Members deployed to Benue and Taraba States but dislodged to Kogi Camp. 

No Corps Member would be posted to any location with security breach - Director-General
He said the NYSC Scheme would not compromise the security and welfare of its Corps Members nationwide. 


The DG added that Management is working harmoniously with all security agencies in the country, in order to ensure that Corps Members are not at risk in their place of primary assignments. Kazaure used the forum to admonish the Corps Members to acquire skills in order to become wealth creators and employers of labour instead of seeking for unavailable salaried jobs. 

Speaking further, the NYSC boss urged them to impact their host communities with infrastructural projects that would reduce the sufferings of the residents and also leave lasting legacies after the service year. 

The Director-General also appealed to the Corps Members to strive for the unity of the country at all time. 

In her welcome address, Benue State Coordinator, Mrs Hebert AwakEssien Eno, told the Director-General that all camp activities have been progressing without hitch with the support of all camp officials. 

'We registered a total of 2,161 Corps Members comprising 1,284 for Benue and 877 for Taraba States, while 1,084 are males and 1,077 females', AwakEssien said. 

She however appealed for logistics support from the Director-General.

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