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Boko-Haram: Five Years After, NYSC Pass Out Corps Members in Gombe

Speaking at the passing out ceremony in Gombe, State Coordinator of the NYSC, David Pwanidi Markson expressed delight over the turn of events. "The National Youth Service Corps no doubt, has been in the forefront of nation building, with particular emphasis on national integration and entrepreneurial development among graduate youths".

 "May the Almighty God grant their families the fortitude to bear the loss", he prayed. In Sokoto, 16 corpers reportedly absconded during the service year. He, however, regretted the death of two of the Corps members, Abbas Bala and Charity Garba, who lost their lives during the service year. He noted that the corps members were found wanting and reprimanded according to the bye-laws of the NYSC.

 "From this 2018 Batch "A" Stream I set of corps members who are commencing orientation on April 19, we are going to look into all the farm formations and centres to be able to post corps members there".

Niger state Governor, Alhaji Abubakar Sani Bello who was represented by the Commissioner for Youth Development, Honorable Samaila Ibrahim said that the passing out will mark another round of struggle as getting employment in the nation is now very hard urging the youths to put the skills they have learnt into practice. Meanwhile, 993 corpers relocated from Kebbi during the year.

As the 2017 Batch, A stream 1 corps members complete their youth service program on Thursday, April 12, 2018, the management of the National Youth Service Corps has explained why it chose to hold a full ceremonial passing out parade, POP for them. Today (yesterday), we find joy in informing you that a total of 1,288 have successfully completed their service and are due to be issued their certificate of National Service.

The governor said that the corps members diligence, high sense of responsibility and exceptional determination displayed in their places of primary assignments, contributed to the socio-economic development of the state. Bakare said that the outgoing corps members contributed to the socio-economic development of the state by carrying out enlightenment programmes extra-mural classes as well as skills acquisition programmes in various communities.

The governor, who was represented by the Head of Service, Mrs Susan Oluwole, commended the corps members for the successful completion of the compulsory national service.
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