NYSC inducts 1,301 Corps Members In Anambra
The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has sworn in no fewer than 1,301 corps members including 677 females and 624 males for the 2022 Batch B Stream 11 service year in Anambra.
Mrs Blessing Iruma, the Coordinator of the Scheme in the state welcomed the new corps members at the Permanent Orientation Camp in Mbaukwu/Umuawulu, Awka South LGA.
Iruma said they had been kitted and accommodated in line with COVID-19 protocols and were adjusting fast to camp life.
“May I at this juncture, pause and congratulate you the Prospective Corps Members for your success in the different examinations that qualified you for the stage you are now.
“We do hope that you will translate your talents into practical terms by contributing meaningfully in the different committees and activities you will be co-opted into,” she said.
Iruma said the NYSC We are presently receiving requests from employers while urging interested firms and organisations to apply through local government inspectors.
She urged employers to come to the campground on Aug. 9 with vehicles to convey those posted to them to their various places of primary assignments and also integrate them into their various communities.
Iruma We commended Gov. Chukwuma Soludo for his continuous support to the Scheme in the State and called him to address the menace caused by erosion inside the orientation playground.
“A casual look around the camp reveals different portions already ravaged by the erosion and if not checked early, it might threaten the existing structures and destroy the beauty of this camp.
“We therefore passionately appeal to His Excellency to expedite action on the landscaping of the premises currently under serious threat of erosion,” she said.
His Lordship, Hon. Justice Onochie Anyachebelu, the Chief Judge of Anambra administered the Oath of Allegiance on the corps members.