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Published On: Wed, Nov 27th, 2019

Accept NYSC members without reservation, Gov. Bagudu directs MDAs

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From Ahmed Idris Birnin Kebbi

Kebbi State Governor, Senator Atiku Abubakar Bagudu has directed all the ministries, local government councils, agency and parastatals to accept Corps members posted to them without any form of reservation.
He made this known yesterday while speaking at the official closing ceremony of the 2019 Batch ‘c’ stream I which was held at the NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp Dakingari.
Atiku who was represented by the state Deputy Governor, Alh. Sama’ila Yombe Dabai, stated that the state government has put in place adequate measures to ensure that they have a hitch free service year in kebbi State.
The Deputy Gevernor, enjoyed the Corps members to accept there posting as an act of God and report to wherever they are posted to without fear, rather equip themselves with courage and determination to be part of our collective drive towards developing the educational sector in the state.
Alhaji Sama’ila Yombe Dabai reaffirmed the state government’s readiness to support any entrepreneurship capable of boosting the economy and the general well-being of the state.
He urged them to make tangible inroads in Education, Health, Agriculture, and other sectors relevant to their profession , saying with hope to received reports of several community projects services provided by corps members that would lasting positive impact on the people of kebbi.
Alhaji Samaila Yombe Dabai, challenged the Corps members to immediately work out strategies of bringing them to a fruition.
Speaking earlier, the kebbi State NYSC coordinator, Mr. Barde Usman commended the state Government for the support and cooperation given to the NYSC scheme in the state.
Mr.Barde Usman used the medium to thanked all those who’s contributed towards the success of the orientation course, and urged the corps members to be good Ambassadors of the scheme and the Nation at large.

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