The minister of Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Muhammad Bello has appealed to public and private sectors not to reject corps members posted to their organisations as accepting them will enable them focus and develop strategies on how to better their lives and the lives of the people in their host communities.
Bello made this appeal at the closing ceremony of the 2018 Batch ‘B’ orientation camp yesterday in Abuja. The minister who was represented by the secretary, Agriculture and Rural Development, Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) Stanley Nwaeze, stated that corps members need to be assigned challenging responsibilities to serve as stimulants to their creativity and endow them with ideas to deal with leadership issues during and after their primary assignments.
While commending the gallantry of the NYSC management, staff and the entire strata of officials and personnel of the orientation exercise, he said, “Your commitment and diligence to assigned responsibilities formed the vortex of this hitch-free and successful orientation course. I am equally elated with the reported appreciable conducts of all our corps members during the whole exercise”.
Earlier in his speech, the FCT coordinator, NYSC, Ballama Bello reiterated that the orientation course was thoughtfully put together to nurture and harness the best potentials from the Nigerian youths adding that the camp activities has achieved the purpose.
Ballama applauded corps members for demonstrating high sense of responsibility in all the programmes and activities throughout the camping period.
He also commended the director general, NYSC, Brigadier General Suleiman Kazaure for the unflinching support towards the successful hosting of the orientation programmes in the Federal Capital Territory and nationwide.