NYSC Katsina coordinator warns corps members against misconduct as 1343 report for primary assignment

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The Katsina State Coordinator of the National Youth Service Corps ( NYSC), Hajiya Aisha Muhammad on Tuesday warned Corps members deployed to the state for primary assignment against misconducts.

She warned that sanctions await anyone of them found wanting in accordance with the provisions of the scheme bye-laws.

Muhammed  gave the warning in Katsina during the swearing-in ceremony of the 2024 Batch ‘A’ Stream I corps members deployed to the state, who she said, were  1,343 corps members made up of 677 males and 666 females.

The NYSC Katsina coordinator explained that the scheme would ensure strict adherence to laydown rules and regulations, adding that any aberrant corps member will face the camp court for appropriate sanctions.

She reminded the corps members that the orientation camp is a regimented environment although she implored them to participate fully in the NYSC Skill Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development (SAED).

“I enjoin you to obey all camp rules and regulations as any erring corps member will be referred to the camp court for appropriate sanction in line with the provisions of the NYSC bye-laws,” Muhammed warned.

The Katsina state Governor, Dikko Radda who declared the camp open, assured the corps members of their safety in the state.

The Governor who was represented at the occasion by his Deputy, Faruq Jobe, urged the corps members to shun cultism and other antisocial activities.

He admonished them to contribute positively to the development of the state.

Meanwhile, The NYSC Director-General, Brigadier-General Y.D Ahmed, had earlier in his virtual address to the corps members, warned them against indulging in drug abuse for the sake of their future. 

He also cautioned them against late-night travels, saying, long journeys should be broken to avoid traveling at night.

The Director-General also encouraged the Corps Members to take advantage of the Skill Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development  (SAED) to acquire entrepreneurship skills. He added that these skills will be beneficial both during and after their service year.

The NYSC D.G also urged them to refrain from misusing social media, emphasising that fake news “is disastrous as it undermines national security and unity.”

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