DG warns Corps Members against unauthorized journeys

The Director General of National Youth Service Corps, Brigadier General Yusha’u D. Ahmed has warned Corps Members not to embark on frivolous adventures that may lead to unpleasant consequences during their service year.


General YD Ahmed gave this warning while addressing the 2024 Batch ‘A’ Stream Two Corps Members at NYSC Gombe State Orientation Camp in Amada and also their colleagues in Bauchi State Orientation Camp, Wailo.


He however said, if it is compulsory that they should travel, they must obtain approval from the NYSC Management in their States.


General Ahmed added that NYSC Management placed high priority on the safety and welfare of its Corps Members nationwide.


He also advised the Corps Members to adhere strictly to the NYSC dress code, adding that improper dressing in the Scheme’s uniform attract sanctions.


“Please remain disciplined throughout the service year. The service year is a year of reflection that you design how you want your future to look like”, General Ahmed said.


The Director General urged the Corps Members not to misuse the social media, but rather use it for social interaction among one another, self empowerment and to also foster national unity and integration.


In her Orientation Camp report to the Director General, the NYSC Gombe State Coordinator, Mrs Chinwe Nnenna Nwachukwu stated that the 1,395 registered Corps Members comprising 729 males and 666 females have displayed high sense of discipline, resilience, loyalty and commitment to all camp activities.


Similarly, her Bauchi State counterpart, Mrs Rifkatu Daniel said the 755 male and 712 female Corps Members in Camp have demonstrated strong zeal towards the realization of the objectives of the Orientation Course.



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