National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Issues Stern Warning to Corps Members on Indecent Dressing

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has issued a strong warning to Corps members regarding the significance of abiding by suitable wearing standards that are generally accepted in the state and exhibiting respect for their corps uniforms.

The NYSC Adamawa Coordinator, Mr. Jingi Denis, spoke at the swearing-in ceremony for the 2023 Batch ‘B’ Stream 2 orientation course in Damare camp, Girei Local Government. He stressed the repercussions for individuals found in violation of these laws.

According to the Vanguard papers on Friday, August 18, 2023, Mr. Denis stated, “Anyone caught disregarding the guidelines on dressing and showing disrespect to the corps uniforms will face appropriate sanctions.”

He urged the incoming corps members to familiarize themselves with the provisions outlined in the NYSC Act and the NYSC Bye-Laws and to earnestly abide by these regulations.

“Taking any of these bye-laws lightly could potentially haunt you years after your service, casting a shadow on your future careers,” he cautioned, underlining the significance of adhering to the rules to avoid future regrets.

He also encouraged the corps members to actively engage in all the camp programs and activities. “Your commitment and active participation in the camp’s activities are crucial,” Mr. Denis emphasized.

In his address, Governor Ahmadu Fintiri extended his congratulations to the newly sworn-in corps members for their successful graduation and deployment to Adamawa.

Represented by his Chief of Staff, Dr. Edga Amos, Governor Fintiri addressed the realities of the job market, stating that traditional white-collar jobs were not always readily available.

The governor urged the corps members to seize the opportunities provided by the Skill Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development (SAED) Program for self-employment.

He underlined the vital role they play as partners in the state’s people-oriented policies and programs, particularly in education, healthcare, agriculture, and rural development.

“We will continue to support the scheme in the state, particularly in welfare and security. As the saying goes, to whom much is given, much is expected,” Governor Fintiri affirmed.

Mr. Wali Yakubu, Chairman of the NYSC Governing Board in Adamawa, echoed the importance of compliance with camp rules and regulations.

He emphasized active participation in all camp activities, particularly skill acquisition. “Embracing this program fully will transform you into job creators instead of job seekers,” Mr. Yakubu stated.

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