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Published On: Fri, Jul 27th, 2018

Windstorm: Destroyed NYSC camp’ll be reconstructed in 3 weeks -Gov. Abubakar

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From Ahmad Mohammed Bauchi

Bauchi State Governor Mohammed Abubakar has assured the management of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) that the ongoing repairs, reconstruction and rehabilitation of structures at their Wailo Camp destroyed by the recent windstorm would be completed within few weeks.
Abubakar gave this assurance yesterday during the swearing in ceremony of the 2018 batch B corps members deployed to the state.
He said “ I want to assure the management of the scheme that the ongoing repairs, reconstruction and rehabilitation of camp structures and facilities that were destroyed by rainstorm will be completed before the conclusion of the orientation course in order to create a perfect enabling atmosphere for the success of the programme, In recognition of its importance to national cohesion and development, my administration places the needs of the scheme on top of its priorities”.
Governor said that the scheme helps in inculcating national values and fostering unity among diverse citizens, Abubakar also assured the youth of their safety and comfort throughout their service year in the state.
Earlier, the state NYSC Coordinator Mr Afolayan James explained that at the close of registration, a total of 1, 974 youth corps members comprising 1, 161 males and 813 females were registered in the state this batch.
“The management of the scheme on its part has put in place a fool proof arrangement for their training so that they can perform optimally during the service year. To this end, experts and professionals have been assembled to train and equip them with necessary sundry knowledge and skills they require for effective service delivery during the service year,” He noted.

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