By Ruth Tene Natsa, ABUJA
A young author, Comrade Aaron Eleojo Umoru is set to launch a book titled “the Worth of National Youth Service Corps Scheme-Certificate not License to Wealth
In a statement to LEADERSHIP Wednesday, the Author said “The book launch takes place Sunday December 3rd, 2017 at Rockview Hotel Plot 33 Festac Town, Lagos”
He said the Book which was reviewed by Professor Armstrong Idachaba is to be launched by Executive Vice Chairman, Oshodi Isolo Local Government Hon. Daisies Oso,.
The Author, Aaron Eleojo Umoru who hails from Kogi State is a graduate of the Federal Polytechnic Idah, Kogi State and currently works with Guaranty Trust Bank (GTB).
Speaking on his inspiration, Young Umoru, recalled that during his service year in 2013, he noticed some challenges of the NYSC Scheme both from the side of Corps Members, Employers of Labour and the Scheme proper which the Nigerian society overtly criticize. Hence, his inspiration to write the book to address these issues even while in service as Corps Member .
He said the effort bagged him the National Youth Service Corps’ State Merit Award, Lagos in 2014.
Other expected dignitaries at the launch include NYSC, DG, Rector, Federal Polytechnic, Idah Kogi State, Honeywell Flour Mills Managing Director, and GMT Haulage and Distributions Limited Managing Director among others
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