Message from National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Director-General, Brigadier General Shuaibu Ibrahim DSS PhD. MTRCN to the 2020 Batch ‘A’ Corps Members Passing-Out from service today (Thursday 18th of February 2021).
My dear children, on behalf of the Management and Staff of the Scheme, I felicitate with you on the successful completion of National Service today.
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The one-year period of Service has exposed you to the core values of the NYSC, anchored on patriotism, integrity, efficiency, commitment, and teamwork which are vital ingredients necessary for the unity and socio-economic development of the country.
It is with great pride that I commend you for your invaluable contributions to national development through personal and group Community Development Service projects, particularly in the spheres of Education, Health, Agriculture, and other critical sectors of the national economy.
Your selfless efforts in combating the COVID-19 pandemic which has attracted national accolades through the provision of facemasks, hand sanitisers, foot-operated dispensers, disinfectant chambers, including the distribution of palliatives to the indigents are all commendable.
It is very gratifying that you approached every national task assigned to you in the course of service with a single mind.
Your participation in the recent Gubernatorial elections in Edo and Ondo States with very successful outcomes bear eloquent testimony to my assertion. The Scheme and indeed the Nation are very proud of you.
As you bow out from Service today, it is important to reiterate that the era of seeking only white-collar jobs is over. I, therefore, admonish you to put to good use, the various skills that you have been imparted with through the NYSC SAED programme.
This is a gateway to self-employment and financial freedom. Note that many of your predecessors who listened to this counsel are today business owners and employers of labour, and contributing immensely to the country’s GDP.
As you disengage from National Service, I implore you to remain good ambassadors of the Scheme and responsible role models to other youths.
Avoid all forms of social vices, especially the get-rich-mania which has landed so many in prison, with not a few losing their lives too. I hasten to add that you work hard, put your trust in God, and He shall surely bless your worthy efforts with success.
Finally, I commit you unto the hands of the Almighty as you get disengaged from the Scheme.
Congratulations my dear patriots, and thank you once more for your contributions to nation-building. God bless you, credit: AllNews.