The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has urged corps members to maintain good conduct and be law-abiding, noting that the scheme does not confer exemption from legal consequences and misconduct.
Christy Uba, the Acting Director-General of the NYSC gave this advice while speaking at the closing of the orientation course for the 2022 Batch ‘C’ Stream II Corps deployed to Imo, at the permanent orientation camp, Eziama Obaire in Nkwerre council area of the state.
Uba, represented by the Imo State Coordination, Rachael Idaewor encouraged the corps members to remain good ambassadors of the scheme, their families and their tertiary institutions.
She also urged them to engage in personal and group Community Development Service (CDS) projects that would be valuable to the living standard of their host communities.
“Objective mentorship helps to bring out the best in corps members, it is the way forward and I urge you to embrace it.
“May I also remind your dear corps members that the Scheme does not confer immunity on its members from legal consequences and wrongdoing? You must always remain law-abiding and of good conduct.
“Management remains committed to making adequate provisions for the safety and security of all corps members as the scheme is in liaison with security agencies and other critical stakeholders with a view to addressing your essential needs in any given service year“, she said.
She commended the corps members' participation in the entrepreneurial training of the Scheme’s Skill Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development (SAED) programme.
Uba advised them to build on the already acquired skills by being open to other opportunities for post-camp training.
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