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NYSC DG urges corp members to be wary of association

The Director-General, National Youth Service Corp (NYSC), Brig.-Gen. Suleiman Kazaure has  urged corps members to be security conscious in view of the security challenges in the country and be wary of their association.
Kazaure made the call when he visited 2019 batch ‘A’ corp members undergoing orientation exercise at NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp Wamakko, in Sokoto state.
He also  urged the corps members to strive for national development in all aspects and be part of change agents in the society.
“Put the nation’s development first; promote virtues and downplay sentiments in the interest of national unity,” he asserted.
Kazaure who was represented by Director Skill Acquisition Department, Mr Nuhu Kwaghe, he advised the corps members to actively participate in skills acquisition trainings  towards self-reliance.
According to him, more than eight skills acquisition programmes were designed for corps members in collaboration with some agencies to facilitate the training programmers.
The skills acquisition trainings, he explained, were introduced to promote self-reliance and encourage entrepreneurship to enhance the nation’s economic growth.

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