Mimiko Charge Corps Members on Nation building

By IAfrica
In Nigeria
Aug 27th, 2014

Tosin Ajuwon
Members of the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, posted to Ondo State have been charged to key into the task of nation building and represent the true image of the country in their respective places of primary assignment.
The State Governor, Olusegun Mimiko gave the charge atthe NYSC orientation camp in Ikare-Akoko on the closing ceremony of the three weeks orientation programme and terminal parade for the 2014 Batch B corps members deployed to Ondo state.

Mimiko said the unity of the country should not be left out while sustaining the gains and achievements of their predecessors throughout their duration in the state.
Represented by his Deputy, Alhaji Alli Olanusi, at the programme, He tasked the corps members to be focus and impact on their host communities mostly in the area of education, health care delivery, community development and other selfless social services that would affect the needs of the people positively.
The governor also assured them of his support with an advised to be security conscious in their respective places of primary assignment

Bekekhimi Idhiari, the state Commissioner for Youth and Sports Development, urged the Corp members to represent the true symbol of the country, bearing in mind the oath of allegiance they swore to while in camp and ensure they contribute positively to the state.
Mr. Isiaka Kuoye, State Coordinator, of the National Youth Service Corp (NYSC), said the Corps member were duly satisfied with the quality of training received during their three weeks of orientation programme at the camp and also advised them to make the corps handbooks a watchword.
Daily Times Correspondent reports that Two Thousand Two Hundred and Forty-Eight, 2248, Batch B corps members were posted to the state for their mandatory one-year programme.

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