The Director-General, National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Maj.-Gen. Suleiman Kazaure, on Thursday, notifies corps members in Taraba against going for swimming and other forms of social events without acceptance by the authorities.
“When you leave camp for your primary commission in various places, you are not anticipated to do things just the way you want. “You are to continue to live within the rules of the service for your safety.
NYSC DG performs groundbreaking ceremony for SAED center in Delta “No swimming and no traveling lacking due permission from the authorities so that you don’t get into difficulty’’, he said.
He urged the corps members to take benefit of the training in different trades by experts on the camp to make life more consequential for them in the future. Kazaure told the corps members that as soon as the government approved new minimum wage, their allocation would also be reviewed.
He advises the state government and security agents to continue to safeguard the safety of corps members. Earlier, Mrs. Florence Yaakugh, the NYSC State Coordinator, mentioned the accomplishment of the state office including restoration of toilets, beds, and hostels, among others, for the contentment of corps members.
Yaakugh, however, told the director-general that government should urgently construct a circumference fence around the female hostels to ensure their privacy. She applauds the Taraba Government for its cooperation toward magnifying the effectiveness of the service in the state. Yaakugh also compliments the corps members for being of good behavior at the emplacement camp. (NAN)