The Governor affirmed that his administration had unflinching faith in the program during the swearing-in ceremony of the Corps members on Friday. The Governor was represented by Stephen Joseph, the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Human Services and Social Development.
Governor Sani stated that his administration is steadfastly dedicated to creating the enabling environment required to maintain the scheme’s viability and guarantee the welfare and safety of corps members.
He maintained that the state places a high focus on the security of people’s lives and property, assuring the corps members of a welcoming environment to make their time in the state worthwhile.
“Together, we can build bridges of understanding, togetherness, empower communities, and live a lasting legacy of positive change,” Governor Sani stated, directing the corps members to be dedicated to the advancement and development of Kaduna State and the country in general.
Prior to the orientation course, Mr. Hassan Kaura, the NYSC State Coordinator, reminded the corps members that discipline is one of the scheme’s main watchwords and asked them to be disciplined and make sure they uphold the principles the Scheme stands for.
The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Scheme’s mandatory one-year national service for around 858 corps members of the 2023 cohort ‘B’ stream one began in Kaduna.