NYSC Urges Corps Members To Utilize Scheme’s Acquisition SKills
Samson Nwafor, Abakaliki
The Coordinator of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Ebonyi State, Mrs Olayinka Diana Narsamu, has urged Corps Members to utilize the Scheme’s Skill Acquisition and Entrepreneurship (SAED) after their national service.
Mrs Narsamu gave this admonition during the closing ceremony of the 2022 Batch B Stream ll Corps members at the NYSC Secretariat, Abakaliki, the Ebonyi State capital.
She commended the outgoing Corps Members for their successful conduct of throughout their service year in the state.
She charged them to be courageous and optimistic in advancing their talents in pursuit of future endeavours.
She prayed and wished the outgoing Corps Members favour as they sign out of the scheme to join the wider society.
According to Mrs Narsamu, nowadays, white-collar jobs are no longer available. So, strive to master various areas of your disciplines and their already acquired skills anywhere they found themselves.
She said: “Always remember that the end of your one compulsory service to the nation doesn’t imply you will no longer play a greater role in the nation building.
“We will always expect you in no distant future, to come back to us and seek our support as if you want to become president, Governor, Senator, House of Representatives and other enviable positions cutting across every sector in the country.
“I pray that favour will be your portion as move to utilize your different gifts to develop yourselves and the nation at large.”END//