Southern Kaduna: Governor Sani promises true reconciliation between peoples

NYSC remains a beacon of hope for a united Nigeria – Governor Sani

Fifty years after its establishment, the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme remains a beacon of hope for a united Nigeria.

This was stated by Governor Uba Sani, who was represented by the Special Assistant on Revenue Affairs, Umar Waziri, at the official oath-taking ceremony of the 2023 Batch “C” Stream “LL” Orientation Course Corps members in Kaduna.

The governor said the NYSC has exposed millions of youths to the diverse cultures and traditions of the various ethnic groups that make up Nigeria.

He encouraged the corps members to dedicate themselves to the progress and development of the nation with renewed vigor, faith and determination.

Sani said doing so would bring positive progress to the host community.

The governor congratulated the corps members for successfully completing their various academic studies and patriotically responding to the call to national service to Nigeria.

He called on the corps members to contribute individually and collectively to the growth and development of the nation while in Kaduna State and the country at large.

Earlier, the NYSC Coordinator in Kaduna, Hassan Taura, said 1,401 members were registered, comprising 716 men and 685 women.

Taura said he was optimistic that the orientation program at the camp would be a success, given the level of dedication the troops have shown so far.

He explained that orientation exercises at the camp are a fundamental aspect of the NYSC program aimed at preparing for the service year.


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