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Refrain from vices – Fayemi urges corps members



THE executive Governor of Ekiti State, .John Kayode Fayemi  has called on corps members deployed to Ekiti State for one year national assignment to remain committed and abstain from negative tendencies capable of damaging the reputation of the scheme.

The governor made this call while delivering a Keynote address at the closing ceremony of the 2019 Batch A Orientation course for Corps members posted to Ekiti at the NYSC Permanent Orientation camp,  lse Orun/Emure-Ekiti State.

Gov. Fayemi who was represented Deputy, Otunba Adebisi Egbeyemi charged the corps members to defend the nation and behave responsibly at all time.

“May I therefore call on you as members of this noble scheme to remain focused on your commitment and abstain from negative vices which are capable of damaging the good image of the scheme.

You have a duty to defend the Nation and behave responsibly at all time” the governor said.

The  governor however pledged the State Government readiness to give every corps members a fertile ground to contribute meaningfully towards government development Programmes as any of such effort will be acknowledged.

“Contribute your quota as  you will be given enough room to function. Let me assure you that every contribution you make towards complimenting governments developmental effort will be acknowledged,” he promised.

Earlier, the NYSC Ekiti coordinator, Mrs Emmanuella Okpongete,  in her address, thanked the State Governor, Dr. John Kayode Fayemi, for assisting the scheme with a sum of One million five hundred thousand naira for feedings; approval of three million naira for the renovation of some poor structures in camp and restoration of electricity to the orientation camp.

However, Mrs Okpongete Emmanuella warned all corps members to shun negative vices and frivolous journeys within and outside the state that could lead to premature death.

She further stated that the NYSC officials in the state will soon commence on unscheduled visits to different places of primary assignments, urging all corps  members to take Community Development  Service(CDS), serious and ensure they leave a good legacy behind in their host community.



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