@GovernorIkpeazu tasks corps members on NYSC communal spirit.

By Charles Ogbonnaya.

Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State has charged the Batch B  Stream 11 corps members posted in the state to always exhibit the spirit of communal service and humility which is the main thrust of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme.

The governor who stated this during the closing ceremony of the orientation course and terminal parade of the 2019 Batch "B" Stream 11 held at NYSC Orientation Camp Umunna, Bende local government area encouraged them to interact and integrate with their host communities as well as respect the culture and tradition of the people

Represented by Secretary to the State Government ( SSG), Barr Chris Ezem congratulated them for  answering the clarion call stating that they are now equipped with the training to serve the Nation meritoriously.

Dr Ikpeazu said that this required high level of discipline, dedication to duty and commitment and commended the acts exhibited throughout the duration of the orientation course as it has marked them out for success.

According to him, " as corps members, there was no doubt that the exposure to leadership and all other capacities building training while in camp have equipped them for a role in national unity, sustainable development and self reliance.

He said that as Ambassadors of the scheme, they have  become the mirror through which the people would assess the continued relevance of the scheme as well as the capacity of the youths of this great nation to be deployed for the national development.

Dr Ikpeazu further assured that his administration would continue to give the necessary support, care and encouragement needed for corps members posted to the state serve effectively in their places of primary assignment, promising to reward and appreciate outstanding corps members who embark on life touching projects in the communities.

Closing ceremony of the orientation course and terminal parade of the 2019 Batch "B" Stream 11 held at NYSC Orientation Camp Umunna, Bende local government area, Abia State.
He urged them to impact positively on the lives of their hosts communities as well as desist from any conduct that would tarnish their image and that of the scheme which their predecessors and initiators have laboured so hard to preserved.

Earlier, in her address, the state NYSC Coordinator, Mrs Bona Adibeli Fasakin said that the Corps members have been exposed to various lectures  and trainings on skills acquisition, entrprenuership, leadership and other self development training which were meant to motivate as well as challenged them towards the demands of nation's development.

She further stated that they have exhibited unparalleled sense of humility and patriotism which have made the exercise enjoyable and successful.

Mrs Adibeli Fasakin urged them to accept their posting in a good faith as ambassadors of NYSC scheme and conduct themselves properly in their places of primary assignment.

She urged them to accept their postings in good faith as ambassadors of the scheme.

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