By: Yusuf Umar
Governor, Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri said, his administration remains committed to ensuring the safety and development of Corps members as they contribute to nation building.
The Governor was speaking during the closing ceremony of 2023 NYSC Batch B Stream One, orientation course of Corps members deployed to Adamawa held at the Permanent Orientation Camp Damare, Girei Local Government Area.
Speaking through his deputy, Professor Kaletapwa Farauta during the closing ceremony of the three weeks orientation program covering 1442 Corps members deployed to the State, the Governor congratulated them on the successful completion of the exercise meant to prepare the them physically and Psychologically to render services for the growth and development of their father land.
He reiterated that Adamawa will continue to remain an NYSC friendly state, urging the corps members to see their postings as a noble and golden opportunity to mentor the younger ones to greatness, especially those posted to the primary and secondary schools within the state.
While advising them to be good ambassadors of the scheme, their schools and families, Governor Fintiri also challenged the corps members to approach their service year with all sense of zeal, determination and commitment, thereby triggering national development.
The Governor further reminded them on the need to respect the culture and traditions of their host communities and focus on actualizing their community development service initiatives.
He informed them that their security reamains his topmost priority whereever they are serving, even as he equally tasked them to play their part by being security conscious and follow the personal security tips they've been exposed to by the security experts during their orientation stay in camp.
Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri warned against rejection of corps members by their employers, rather accept and accord priority to their welfare and other needs and create enabling environment for them to develop their potentials.
Earlier in his welcome address, the State Coordinator, Jingi Denis lauded the unwavering support shown by the purposeful leadership of Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri to the scheme over the years.
He maintained that Fintiri is the most NYSC friendly Governor and his leadership disposition has continued to speak volume, promising to continue supporting the policies and programs of the fresh air administration.
The State Coordinator urged the corps members to be law abiding and be of good behavior, and focus on making an impact in their places of their primary assignment.
While assuring that Adamawa is a peaceful and NYSC friendly state, Denis encouraged them to sustain the spirit of patriotism, hardwork and deligence, wishing them well throughout their service year.