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NYSC Management Congratulates 2017 Batch B Stream 2 Corps Members On Their Passing Out Parade

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2017 Batch ‘B’ Stream Two Corps Members Disengage From National Service

The Director-General, Brigadier General Suleiman Zakari Kazaure, Management and the entire Staff of the National Youth Service Corps, congratulate all the 2017 Batch ‘B’ Stream Two Corps Members on the successful completion of their service year.

The scheme congratulated the corp members in a statement signed by its management and made available to Naija News on Thursday, 13th December 2018 on the occasion of their passing out ceremony today.

“The National Youth Service Corps, no doubt, has been in the forefront of nation building, with particular emphasis on National integration and entrepreneurial development among graduate youths.”

“Management is happy that the 2017 Batch ‘B’ Stream Two Corps Members performed exceptionally in embracing the lofty initiatives of the Scheme’s Skills Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development programme.”

“You are charged to fan into flame, the various Skills you have acquired in the course of service to become self-reliant and wealth creators.”

“Indeed, the Management is full of appreciation for your spirit of patriotism, loyalty and selfless service with humility to our fatherland.”

“As you disengage from National Service today, it is our earnest prayer that all of you will excel in your future endeavours.”

“Congratulations and God bless you all,” the statement said.

Meanwhile, Naija News recalls the Buhari-led administration recently approved graduates of the National Open University of Nigeria can now participate in the NYSC scheme just as their colleagues from conventional universities.

Prior to the adjustment of the law guiding the functioning of NOUN, graduates of the school were excluded from participating in the NYSC scheme and their law graduates were hindered from proceeding to the Nigerian Law School.


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