The Adamawa State Chairman, NYSC Governing Board, Barrister Suleman Zumo, has made case to Governor Mohammed Bindow, to accord priority and erect a concrete parameter fence around Damare orientation camp.
Zumo observed that, fencing the permanent orientation camp, would guarantee the safety of prospective corps members deployed to the state for service.
Zumo who is also Commissioner of Youths and Sports, also urged government to as matter of urgency, rehabilitate deplorable feeder road leading to the camp.
The NYSC board chairman made the appeal Thursday, during opening of ceremony 2018 Batch ‘C’ orientation course for 2300 corps members deployed to the state.
“The NYSC Governing Board, will continue to play its role between state government management as well as corps members”. He added.
Earlier, Gov. Mohammed Bindow, who was represented by his deputy Martines Babale donated two cows and 50 bags of rice to the corps members.
The state NYSC Coordinator, Abubakar Mohammed, assured that adequate security personnel and essential services has been provided in the camp.
He urged corps members to be law abiding and cooperate, with the camp official to get the best from their expertise.
The oath of allegiance was administered on the corps members by Justice Nathan Musa from the state minister of justice.
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