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  • Updated: May 07, 2024

Make positive impact wherever you are deployed — Adeleke to NYSC members

 Make positive impact wherever you are deployed — Adeleke

The Osun State Governor, Ademola Adeleke has charged members of the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, to embrace diversity, foster inclusivity and strive to make a positive impact wherever they were deployed. 

Adeleke gave this charge during the closing ceremony of the 2024 Batch A Stream II orientation course at the NYSC permanent orientation camp, Ede, Osun State on Tuesday. 

Adeleke who called on the corps members to see themselves as ambassadors of Nigeria also encouraged them to utilise the opportunity of the service year to grow and develop new skills for their personal benefit and development of the nation. 

In his words, "I urge you to uphold the ideals of the NYSC scheme - unity, patriotism and selfless service. 

"You are not just ambassadors of your respective states or regions but ambassadors of Nigeria as a whole. Embrace diversity, foster inclusivity and strive to make a positive impact wherever you are deployed." 

Earlier in his address, the Osun State NYSC Coordinator, Agbor Ndoma Obim urged the corps members to carry forward the values of discipline, integrity and selflessness learnt during the. orientation course. 

In his words, "Ensure you discharge your duties at your places if primary assignments with utmost sense of dirty and be committed to the ethics of the organisation you are posted to. 

"I implore you to embrace the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead with an open mind and spirit of innovation. Let your service be driven by a passion for national development and a commitment to making a tangible difference in the lives of the people you serve." 

Obim reminded the corps members thlat the skills they acquired in camp will empower them to become self reliant and contribute meaningfully to the socio-economic development of Nigeria. 

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