The governor of Katsina State, Umaru Dikko Radda, has vowed to hire doctors who are completing the required one-year National Youth duty Corps (NYSC) in Katsina State if they are ready to stay in the region when their duty is over.
The governor also announced his plan to hire corps members with exceptional academic credentials as classroom instructors.
The vow was made on Tuesday during a courtesy visit to the NYSC State Director, Hajiya Aisha Mohammed, at the NYSC State Secretariat, according to the governor’s chief press secretary, Ibrahim Kaula Mohammed, who made the announcement.
Gov. Radda promised to further expand the connection by increasing assistance for the state office of the NYSC while acknowledging the strong collaboration between Katsina State and the NYSC.
Radda made an announcement regarding a contribution of 50 sacks of rice and a bull to help with the impending ceremony as she was aware that the corps members at the camp would soon be leaving.
Hajiya Aisha Mohammed, the NYSC State Coordinator, previously indicated her support and willingness to work with the Radda-led administration to accomplish shared objectives. Additionally, she took advantage of the occasion to invite Governor Radda to the NYSC passing out ceremony on August 4 of this year.