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Wednesday, April 25, 2018

NYSC Inducts 2,127 Corps Members In Anambra


No fewer than 2,127 corps members were sworn in Monday to serve in the 2018 Batch A Orientation programme of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Anambra.

Mr. Ebeneezer Olawale, Coordinator of NYSC in Anambra State gave the figure during the formal induction of the Corps members at the NYSC temporary site, Umunya, Oyi Local Government Area of the state.

Olawale said those registered for the programme were 1038 males and 1089 females.

He charged the inductees to imbibe the core values of scheme including patriotism, teamwork, integrity, efficiency and commitment that they would be taught while on camp.

The Coordinator promised a full bouquet of the various skill training and empowerment activities designed by the NYSC towards curbing the challenges of unemployment in the country.

He said officials from the Corporate Affairs Commission, NAFDAC, Bank of industry, CBN NYSC Foundation and other agencies would come and teach them business ideas and registration to enable them develop their entrepreneurial abilities.

Olawale reiterated the call on Governor Willie Obiano to complete the permanent site of the orientation camp at Umuawulu/Mbaukwu to enhance the welfare of corps members in the state.

He thanked the Anglican Diocese on the Niger for their magnanimity for allowing them use their present facility.

On his part, Governor Obiano promised that Anambra would continue to provide enabling environment for youths to maximise their potentials.

Obiano who was represented by Bonaventure Enemali, Commissioner for Youth Empowerment and Creative Economy, while declaring the camp open charged them to contribute to the greatness of Anambra by surpassing their predecessors.







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