Youth Corps members deployed to Adamawa state for Batch B stream II 2023, Service year have been urged to be dedicative at their places of primary assignments.
The call was made Tuesday by the Adamawa state NYSC Coordinator Mr. Jingi Denis , during the closing ceremony and passing out parade of Batch B stream ll orientation course held at the NYSC permanent orientation camp Damare, Girei Local Government Area Adamawa state.
In his speech, the Adamawa state governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri, represented by the Deputy Governor, Professor Kaletapwa George Farauta gave glory to God for the successful completion of the orientation course and congratulated the corps members for passing out successful.
The Governor, urged the corps members to accept their postings in good fate and ensure the success of the Nigeria project.
Mr. Jingi Denis,Adamawa State NYSC Coordinator, thanked the corps members for the orderly behaviour exhibited during the orientation course and urged them to sustain the tempo throughout their service year in the state and beyond.
The Coordinator further appreciates the state Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri for augmenting the feeding program of the Corps members and officials with assorted foodstuff ranging from bags of rice, vegetable oil and cows.
NAS FM News also spoke with some of the corps members posted to Adamawa state where they expressed happiness for coming to serve their fatherland in Adamawa state.
A total of one thousand seven hundred youth corps members were deployed to Adamawa state for the Batch B stream ll 2023 service year.