The Governor of Kwara State, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, has emphasized the importance of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in fostering unity across Nigeria. On Tuesday, during the swearing-in ceremony for the 2024 Batch B Stream 1 Corps Members at the NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp in Yikpata, he shared this view.

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The Commissioner of Youth Development, Shehu Ndanusa Usman, the governor, stated, “NYSC is crucial in our efforts to integrate and build a united, strong, and fair Nigeria that we can all take pride in.”

Governor AbdulRazaq also encouraged the NYSC to be prepared—physically, mentally, and socially—to tackle the challenges of nation-building as dedicated and well-trained patriots.

Additionally, the State Coordinator of NYSC Kwara, Mr. Onifade Olaoluwa, called on local stakeholders to support the scheme. He said, “I urge our esteemed stakeholders in Kwara State to contribute to the camp by initiating projects that will improve the orientation camp environment for participants.”

It’s important to note that the oath of allegiance was administered to the corps members by a representative of the Chief Judge of Kwara State, Justice Nureni Kuranga. The orientation course, which started on June 26th, marked its seventh day on Tuesday and will conclude on July 16th, 2024, with corps members being deployed to various parts of the state for their National Service.