Prospective corps members posted to Adamawa State for a mandatory one year service have been challenged to emulate a fellow corps member Stephen Teru who personally sacrificed his time, energy and resources to impact positively in the community he found himself.
Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri gave challenge at the induction ceremony in respect of the over 2000 2019 Batch C stream 1 held at the NYSC permanent in Yola.
While commending the prospective corps members for their decision of accepting to serve in the state, he urged them Toto disregard any negative perception about the stage.
“The people of Adamawa are always peaceful and hospitable, who are always willing to accommodate and embrace with a wide arm people from all parts of the country” he mentioned.
He also said “In your 3 weeks stay at the camp, you will meet people of different culture, belief and heritage, use the opportunity to make as many as friends”
“I expect that as a crop of young, energetic and vibrant young men and women, you should promote the ideals of NYSC” he added.
Meanwhile, In a welcome address, the NYSC state coordinator Ibrahim Tukur congratulated the prospective corps members on this graduation which qualified them to partake in the mandatory one year service.
The state Coordinator while applauding the present administration under the able leadership of Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri for the support he has been rendering to the scheme.
Also speaking, the Chairman Governing board of NYSC who doubles as Permanent Secretary Ministry of Youths and social development Hamidu Bashir who commended the Governor for taking out time out of his tight schedule to grace the occasion
He enjoined the prospective corps members to abide by the rules and regulations of the camp and also to embrace the skills acquisition and entrepreneur in the camp