NYSC deploys 1,409 corps members to Bauchi for national service

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The National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) has said that a total of 1,409 corps members have been deployed to serve in Bauchi State for the one year national service for the 2023 Batch ‘C’ Stream II.

The Coordinator in Bauchi State, Mrs. Rifkatu Yakubu, disclosed this in her speech at the swearing in of the corps members for their three weeks orientation exercise which was held on Tuesday at the Wailo Camp.

She expressed gratitude to the Bauchi State Governor, Bala Mohammed, for his administration’s desire to upgrade and renovate facilities at the orientation camp for better service delivery.

The Governor, in his speech, welcomed the corps members and urged them to individually and collectively make positive impacts on the lives of their host communities.

He congratulated the corps members on the successful completion of their academic endeavours and their patriotic response to the clarion call to serve the country which he said is a clear manifestation of their consistent obedience to constituted authority.

Mohammed, who was represented by his deputy, Mohammed Auwal-Jatau, said that the NYSC has remained a beacon of hope in the country’s mission for a united and prosperous nation noted that for the past 50 years, the scheme has exposed millions of youths to the various cultures and traditions of our society as well as impacting skills and experiences to enhance those they have acquired in school.

“I am greatly pleased to address you today as you are officially inducted into the national youth service scheme. I welcome you to Bauchi State, the pearl of tourism, where you are expected to spend the next 12 months.

“The success or otherwise of your service is to a large extent dependent on the foundation laid during the orientation course, and is designed to prepare you for challenges you may face during the service year and beyond.

“I implore you to actively participate in all camp activities so as to adequately equip yourselves for challenges ahead. I have no doubt that you will have a rich and rewarding experience in your own time, blending and learning from your host communities where you will be assigned within the State. Feel free and integrate with them and participate actively in their developmental efforts,” he said.

He assured the corps members that the state government is committed to supporting the NYSC in the state and as such will continue to ensure that necessary appropriations are made to sustain the gains of the scheme and also provide for the welfare and secondary needs of all corps members deployed to the state.

The Governor added: “As you commence your one year mandatory national service today, I encourage you to be resolute and committed to national ideals and also exhibit a sense of dedication, loyalty, and discipline to the cause of serving our fatherland.”

NATIONAL ACCORD reports that the Bauchi State Chief Judge, Justice Rabi Umar, who swore-in the corps members, was represented by Justice Faruk Sarki.

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