The Director General of the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, Brigadier General Muhammad Fadah says the Scheme has succeeded in entrenching the culture of shared vision of a great and prosperous nation in Nigerian graduate youths.

The Director General made this known in a message to the Swearing-in Ceremony for the 2022 Batch ‘B’ (Stream II) corps members deployed to Ondo State.

Represented by the state NYSC Coordinator, Mrs. Victoria Ani, the DG said that the scheme also provided the platform for kick-starting various activities that enables corps members to realise their potentials and attain individual feats both during and after the service year.

According to Fadah, orientation course is the first cardinal programme of the National Youth Service Corps, which is aimed at introducing the members of the service corps to the objectives and programmes of the noble Scheme.

He reminded them that the oath of allegiance they took was significant and expected to guide their conduct during the service year as well as have a lasting influence on their life after the service year.

On security, he advised the corps members to be security conscious at all times and report any suspicious character or activities around them to the appropriate authorities.

The representative of the Chief Judge of Ondo State, Justice John Abe administered the Oath of Allegiance on 938 prospective corps members made up of 223 males and 715 females at the low key ceremony.

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