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NYSC swears in 1,869 corps members in Osun

In Osun State, a total of 1,869 corps members were sworn in for the 2024 Batch A Stream II service year by the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). The ceremony took place at the NYSC permanent orientation camp in Ede, where the Director General, Brigadier General Yusha’u Dogara Ahmed, addressed the corps members. Represented by the Osun NYSC State Coordinator, Agbor Ndoma Obim, General Ahmed emphasized the importance of approaching their service with dedication, commitment, and a strong sense of responsibility. He highlighted that the experiences gained during the service year would significantly influence their future contributions to society as leaders.

Furthermore, General Ahmed urged the corps members to seize the opportunity to make a positive impact in their communities. He encouraged them to immerse themselves in the rich culture and traditions of Osun State, known for its warmth, hospitality, and cultural heritage. He expressed confidence that their stay in the state would be rewarding and enriching.

Governor Ademola Adeleke, represented by the Commissioner for Youths Affairs, Moshood Olagunju, also addressed the corps members. He encouraged them to fully embrace the diverse cultural heritage and traditions of the people of Osun State. Governor Adeleke assured the corps members of the state government’s unwavering commitment to ensuring their welfare and security throughout their service year.

Additionally, Governor Adeleke emphasized the importance of the corps members acting as ambassadors of peace, unity, and progress. He urged them to respect the values of tolerance and understanding while working tirelessly towards building a better future for all Nigerians. Overall, both General Ahmed and Governor Adeleke emphasized the significance of the corps members’ service year as an opportunity for personal growth, cultural immersion, and positive impact on society.

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