A total of 1,300 participants deployed to Osun State for the Batch B Stream I, 2022 Service Year have been sworn in at the NYSC Orientation Camp Ede, Osun State.
The Corp members, who were divided into 10 platoons, signed the oath of allegiance as administered by the Chief Judge of Osun State, Justice Adepele Ojo who was represented by Justice.
In an address to the Corp members, the NYSC Director General, Brigadier General Mohammed Fadah advised the participants to take every activity during the camping more seriously, particularly that of the Skill Acquisition and Entrepreneur Development, SAED because of the inadequate white collar jobs in the country.
Brigadier General Fadah also reminded them to adhere strictly to all the safety protocols against COVID-19, noting that the virus was still much around.
In the speech delivered by the Osun State Coordinator of the NYSC, Mrs Abduwahab Olayinka, the NYSC Director General appealed to all Stakeholders to hasten the process of passing the Trust fund bill.
In her address, the Osun NYSC coordinator, Mrs Abduwahab Olayinka drew the attention of the corps members to the cardinal programmes of the service.
“The orientation, primary assignment, community development service and passing out/winding up activities, the orientation course is aimed at introducing you to the objectives and programmes of the scheme.
Highlights of the course included leadership coaching, paramilitary drills, physical training and sensitization on topical national issues, amongst others. These are designed to equip you for the tasks of the Service Year.
I enjoin you to avail yourselves of this unique opportunity by participating actively in all the Camp activities as they will go a long way in enabling you to realize your potential.”
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