NYSC commissions new Kaduna office block

The National Youths Service Corps on Wednesday, commissioned a new office block at is Kaduna state secretariat

NYSC Director-General, Brigadier General Shuaibu Ibrahim, who performed 6the ceremony in Kaduna commended the State Coordinator, Alhaji Isa Wana, for initiating and executing the project to completion. He noted the Coordinator’s passion for success of the Scheme, especially through provision of good leadership.

A statement issued by the Corps Director , Press and Public Relations, Adenike Adeyemi, stated that Ibrahim urged other Coordinators to demonstrate similar commitment so as further enhance the operations of the Scheme.

The Director-General also enjoined them to rededicate themselves to their duties, adhere strictly to the provisions of the Public Service Rules and shun unethical practices.

“I implore you to be patriotic and strive to leave lasting legacies in your respective work stations and also think of the implications of your actions’.

‘Please adhere to the COVID-19 prevention protocols as you go about your official assignments and stay safe,” he said.

The statement noted that the Director-General also commissioned a foot-operated hand washing soap and water dispenser, fabricated and donated by Corps Member Emmanuel Tambrari Gbaragbo (KD/19C/1453) to the Kaduna State Secretariat of the NYSC.

Ibrahim commended Kaduna State Government for initiating the project and for other gestures made in support of the Scheme.

The Director-General also visited the NYSC North-West Area Office in Kaduna where he congratulated the Area Director, Mrs Zainab Isah on her appointment.

He sought for maximum cooperation from the Staff of the Area Office in order to lift NYSC to enviable heights just as he also warned them against rumour-mongering, laziness, absenteeism and other acts that would be inimical to the progress of the Scheme.

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