You’re banned from travelling without permission – NYSC DG

You're banned from travelling without permission - NYSC DG

You’re banned from travelling without permission – NYSC DG, Brigadier General Shuaibu Ibrahim warns Corps Members.

Corps Members have been advised not to embark on unauthorized journey that may endanger their safety whereby such journey would earn them sanctions from the NYSC.

The Director-General, Brigadier General Shuaibu Ibrahim made this appeal on Sunday, September 1 2019 while addressing the 2019 Batch ‘B’ Stream Two Corps Members in Anambra State Orientation Camp.

He warned that violators of NYSC bye-laws would be dealt with in line with NYSC rules.

‘Don’t debase yourselves, study the bye-law
including NYSC act and be law-abiding. Don’t participate in politics, avoid religious and tribal differences’.

Ibrahim also admonished the Corps Members to imbibe good morals and also serve as responsible role models in their host communities.

He warned them to avoid rumour peddling through the Social Media but rather serve as agents of change and National unity.

During the DG’s tour of Cross River, Ebonyi, Abia and Imo State State Orientation Camps, he advised the Corps Members to study themselves and identify their individual talents that can them make them excel in life.

While addressing the Corps Members, he added that ideas rule the world. The DG said innate abilities, when harnessed positively can make anyone a distinguished achiever among his contemporaries.

Ibrahim also admonished the Corps Members to ensure they interact with their host communities, employers and leave good memories that would serve as good reference points even after their service year.

‘You are all talented, identify your skill and the sky will be your limit. Work towards your dream, don’t put yourself in harm’s way by associating with people of questionable characters because we don’t want to lose anyone of you’.

The DG also warned the Corps Members against improper dressing and defacing of NYSC uniforms adding that anyone caught would not be spared.

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