Governor Mohammed Abdullahi Abubakar of Bauchi State has reiterated government’s commitment to fence and rehabilitate the National Youth Service Corp, NYSC, camp based in Wailo as well as explore avenues that will strengthen its operations, aimed at enhancing the general wellbeing of the people of the state.
He made the remark yesterday during the swearing-in ceremony of the 2015 Batch ‘’B’’ corps members deployed to the state, held at the institute of Education, Kangere.
He said the present administration was determined to complete the fencing and rehabilitation of structures at the NYSC orientation camp in Wailo, to enable them performs their training and induction course smoothly.
He assured that the state government will liaise with relevant security agencies to galvanise support towards ensuring safety of the corps members posted to the state as well as to create an enabling environment for the corps members to interact and socialise freely with their host community.
Governor Abubakar urged the NYSC members to regard the orientation course and the subsequent phases of the one year programme as a service to the nation, stressing that the course was specially designed to instil in them, qualities of perseverance, endurance, discipline and team work.
Earlier speaking, the chairman, NYSC State Governing Board, Alhaji Mohammed Yunusa Mohammed who is also the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Youth and Sports, noted that the occasion marked the formal induction of another set of corps members into the national service, having passed through the processes of registration exercise which qualified them for the induction course.