Gov Kefas Restates Commitment To The Promotion Of Corps Member’s Welfare 

…. And Security 

By Sarah Manya, Jalingo 

The Taraba State government has restated its unwavering commitment to the promotion and sustainability of Corps Members’ Welfare and  Security during and after the orientation course.

The state government also stated that it would continue to synergize with the NYSC scheme to enable it to realize its laudable programs and activities in the State. 

The Governor of the State,  Dr.  Agbu Kefas made this call in an address delivered by his representative, the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Youth and Sports Development,  Mrs. Indo Markson, when he declared open the 2024 Batch A Stream II orientation course. 

The people’s Governor equally reiterated that the good people of the state are peace-loving, welcoming, and accommodating, urging them to remain during and after the service year to contribute their quota to the growth and development of the State. 

He also implored the corps members to participate in all scheduled activities as well as to pay rapt attention to the invaluable Skills acquisition training,  which is strategically targeted to make them economically self-reliant. 

The representative of the Chairman of NYSC Taraba State governing board, Mr.  Noah Ishaya Barry welcomed the members to the state as well as provided veritable tourist centers an occasion in the state for the members and those in attendance to unwind and relax after the day’s work. 

Earlier,  the Coordinator of NYSC Taraba State, Mr. Ella Aji Williams restated the readiness of the scheme to continue to play its role in the ‘Moving Forward Policy Initiative” of the present administration in all vital sectors of the state economy geared towards improving the well-being of the good people of the state. 

The representative of the Chief Judge of the state, Hon. Justice Nuhu Adi administered the National Pledge and the Oath of Allegiance to the incoming corps members, totaling One thousand, four hundred and two (1402) respectively.

In attendance include the Brigade Commander 6 Brigade Jalingo, Brig Gen JK Uwa, and representatives of service chiefs of the law enforcement agencies in the state.

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