NYSC Swears in 1,869 Corps Members in Osun for 2024 Batch A Stream II

In a bid to bolster national service and youth development, the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Osun State has officially sworn in 1,869 corps members for the 2024 Batch A Stream II service year.

The swearing-in ceremony took place at the NYSC permanent orientation camp located in Ede. Brigadier General Yusha’u Dogara Ahmed, Director General of NYSC, emphasized the importance of dedication, commitment, and a sense of responsibility among the corps members during the opening ceremony.

Representing General Ahmed, the Osun NYSC State Coordinator, Agbor Ndoma Obim, urged the corps members to leverage the opportunity to make positive impacts in their respective communities. He emphasized the significance of the orientation course in personal and national growth, urging the corps members to view it as an investment for positive change and empowerment.

Furthermore, Governor Ademola Adeleke, represented by the Commissioner for Youths Affairs, Moshood Olagunju, encouraged the corps members to embrace the rich cultural heritage and traditions of the state. He assured them of the state government’s commitment to ensuring their welfare and security throughout their service year.

As ambassadors of peace, unity, and progress, the corps members were urged to respect the values of tolerance and understanding while working towards building a better future for all Nigerians.

The ceremony concluded with a reminder for the corps members to immerse themselves in the warmth, hospitality, and cultural heritage of Osun State, promising them a rewarding and enriching experience during their stay.

The swearing-in ceremony marks the beginning of a new chapter for these corps members as they embark on their journey of national service and personal development.

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