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NYSC deploys over 1,900 corps members to Kano

By Baba Aminu

Kano State Government has assured corps members posted to the state of their safety and adequate welfare during their service year.

The State Governor, Alhaji Abba Kabir Yusuf made the commitment on Friday at the official swearing-in ceremony for over 1,900 2023 Batch “B” Stream One National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) members  at the Permanent Orientation Camp in Kussala, Karaye Local Government Area of the State.

The governor represented by his deputy, represented Comrade Aminu Abdussalam Gwarzo emphasized that necessary measures have been put in place and will be sustained for the continuous peace enjoyed in the state.

This was contained in a statement issued by Press Secretary to the Deputy Governor, Ibrahim Garba Shuaibu, on Friday.

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According to the statement, Governor Abba highlighted the government’s dedication to youth empowerment and education development in the State.


‘’He reiterated that improving the educational sector is one of the top priorities of his administration. ‘’

‘’The Governor expressed his belief that the corps members’ one-year mandatory service in Kano State will contribute significantly to achieving the government’s vision of taking education to new heights.’’

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‘’He encouraged them to approach their primary places of assignment with dedication and contribute meaningfully to the development of the state.’’

The State NYSC Coordinator, Malam Sulaiman Andy Ibrahim highlighted that the corps members are currently undergoing training in leadership, entrepreneurship, and paramilitary activities,’’ the statement said.

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‘’He commended their dedication and expressed confidence that they will have a successful service year.’’

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