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El-Rufai assures 1,200 NYSC members of safety in Kaduna

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Kaduna State Governor Nasir El-Rufai, on Tuesday, assured the 2022 Batch ‘C’ Stream ‘1’ National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) members deployed to the state of adequate security and welfare.

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El-Rufai who was represented by the Kaduna Commissioner of Human Services and Social Development, Hajiya Hafsat Baba, said they were prepared and assured of adequate protection of the Corps members.

Corp members were also charged to be diligent while discharging their duties as enshrined by the scheme’s act.

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“We have put in placed adequate measures to make ensure your stay is worthwhile and memorable,” he said.

He added that the industrial and economic potentials in Kaduna state provide favorable grounds for advantage for the Corps members to tap into for their benefit and that of the state in general.

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The governor urged the Corps members to outshine the contributions of their predecessors through hard work.

He also appealed to all stakeholders and corps employers to render the Corps members necessary support and encouragement by paying attention to their welfare throughout their service year.

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Earlier, the NYSC Coordinator in Kaduna, Mr. Odoba Abel, said the orientation course commenced on November 2nd where 1,200 Corps members out of 1,500 posted to the state reported for the orientation course.

He explained that at the course of the orientation course, the Corps members are expected to be fully involved in all the camp activities, such as paramilitary drills, entrepreneurship training, citizenship and leadership training, sports, social activities among other trainings, geared towards preparing them for the challenges ahead.

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