Attend DG NYSC to hone your business chops

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Brigadier General Yushau Ahmed, the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) director general, has urged corps members to develop entrepreneurial skills that will benefit them throughout their lives.

On Tuesday in Ede, Osun, Ahmed presided over the swearing-in ceremony for the 2024 Batch A, Stream I orientation course.

According to 460PLAY, 1,126 corps members, including 573 men and 553 women, were sent to Osun for the three-week course, while another 1,017 came from Lagos to join them.

As students embark on a journey of self-discovery and participation in a wide range of activities designed to bring about good change, the DG emphasized that the principles and skills they learned at orientation would remain with them forever.

You can help weave our nation closer together by learning about and working with the unique backgrounds of your fellow participants.

According to him, the orientation course is more than just a training program; it lays the groundwork for producing young people who are mature, responsible, and capable of making positive contributions to society.

He insisted that the ceremony be revered as a holy oath to the principles of duty, solidarity, and patriotism, rather than a meaningless formality.

But Ahmed insisted that the plan featured a mechanism for rewarding dedication and hard work, and he urged the corps members to stand out as genuine patriots throughout their year of duty.

Aside from that, Governor Ademola Adeleke emphasized that his administration would spare no effort in establishing a safe environment for all corps members in the state, promising that they would thrive in it.

While in the state, Adeleke urged the corps members to do things that would make them feel more like citizens of the country.

Embrace your duties wholeheartedly, and allow the principles of honesty, hard work, and generosity direct your every move.

Adeleke expressed her hope that the journey will provide her “valuable lessons, lifelong friendship and a deepened sense of purpose” among other things.

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