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NYSC Not A Safe Haven For Criminals, Drugs Dealers – DG

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Corps Members have been advised to abide by NYSC rules and regulations and serve their fatherland with good conduct as responsible ambassadors of their families and alma mater.

NYSC Director General, Brigadier General Yushau Ahmed disclosed this in his address to the 2024 Batch ‘B’ Stream One Corps Members in Edo State Orientation Camp, Okada and Delta State Orientation Camp in Issele-Uku.

In a statement signed by the
Director, Press and Public Relations, Eddy Megwa and made available to Channel Network Afrique, CNA, the Director General warned them against the consumption of hard drugs, fraud, cybercrimes, hooliganism and other social vices that can jeopardize their future, adding that NYSC is not a safe haven for criminals.

“Try and participate in all the camp activities that are deliberately targeted to make you better citizens.

“Be security conscious of your environments and do not endanger your lives. The service year is not for jamboree but a time to reflect on your lives and add value to yourselves and your place of primary assignments,” he said.

The Director General also implored the Corps Members to maintain clean and hygienic environment within and outside the Orientation Camp in order to stay healthy.

In her Orientation Camp brief to the Director General, the Edo State Coordinator, Mrs Ben-Ushie Frances said a total of 1,478 Corps Members comprising 594 males and 884 females have been making meaningful contributions towards the overall success of the Orientation Course.

Similarly, the NYSC Delta State Coordinator, Mr Olusegun Alao informed the Director General that 1,933 Corps Members consisting of 811 males and 1,122 females were registered.

He added that the Corps Members are highly disciplined, having been incorporated into the various camp committees while there is cordial relationship between all camp officials.

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