Bauchi To Renovate NYSC Orientation Camp

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Bauchi State government has resolved to renovate the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Orientation Camp to enhance the welfare of the corps members.
Governor Bala Mohammed revealed this yesterday at the 2023 Batch ‘C’ Stream 1 orientation course closing ceremony and terminal parade held at the state NYSC Orientation Camp in Wailo.
The governor said with the orientation course, the corps members had been prepared for the challenges of the one-year mandatory national service.
Represented by the deputy governor, Mohammed Auwal Jatau, the governor tasked the corps members to pursue the objectives of the scheme so that the vision of its founding fathers for a united, developed and egalitarian society would be continuously realised.
He said the various skill acquisition programmes they have been exposed to during the orientation exercise were designed to make them creators rather than job seekers and therefore enjoined them to utilise the skills in their places of primary assignment.
Governor Mohammed assured the corps members that their service year experience in Bauchi State would be a pleasant and memorable one as the state government in line with its focus on youth development had put in place fool-proof arrangements for their welfare and security.
In her welcome address, the NYSC state coordinator, Rifkatu Daniel Yakubu, said the corps members exhibited high sense of maturity throughout the orientation course and expressed gratitude to Governor Mohammed for prioritising the welfare of the corps members.
On his part, the state commissioner for youth and sports, who is the chairman of the NYSC Governing Board in the state, Salees Gamawa, urged the corps members to reciprocate the state government’s investment in their welfare.



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