By Sola Rotimi (Ilorin)
Kwara State Governor, Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq has been applauded for nominating Miss Nafisat Buge a youth corps member who just completed the mandatory one-year national service as a commissioner designate.
Reacting to the nomination, Kwara State Coordinator of the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, Mr. Olaoluwa Onifade on behalf of the corps’ Director General, Brigadier General Yisha’u Ahmed, described it as a clear testimony of the passion the governor has for youths.
The NYSC Coordinator said given the right atmosphere, the youths would excel in whatever capacity they were placed considering the various trainings they received during their service year, beginning with the orientation course and their primary assignment.
“Your consideration of someone who has just finished the service has filled the NYSC scheme and the entire youth constituency in the state with a strong sense of pride and I would like to appreciate His Excellency for this rare feat and singular honour done to boost the morale of the youths”.
Mr Onifade further stated that Governor Abdulrazaq’s continued support for the scheme and entire youths was a clear example that his youth-friendly leadership style is worthy of emulation.
The Kwara State NYSC Coordinator also congratulated the commissioner designate on the honour bestowed on her and asserted that she would remain a proud ambassador of the NYSC.
The commissioner-designate, Nafisat Buge holds a BSC in Library and Information Science from the University of Ilorin.