By Sammeni Kamsobbi
Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri has reassured the Corps Member deployed to the State of his continues commitment at ensuring their comfort and safety even as he promised special incentives to those serving as teachers in the Public Schools.
The Governor stated this at the 2023 Passing Out Parade POP of the Batch B, Stream 2 Corps Members deployed to Adamawa State held at the NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp Damare, Girei Local Government Area.
Addressing One Thousand, Four Hundred and Ninety Two Batch B, Stream 2 Corps members on their successful completion of their orientation course, the Governor congratulated them, and urged them to be good Ambassadors of the Scheme by being agents of national development.
Represented by his Deputy, Professor Kaletapwa Farauta, the Governor informed the Corps Members that his administration will continue to accord prominence to their security, as such, they should play their role being security conscious and accept their postings in good fate.
Governor Fintiri also advised them to use social media for positive purposes, instead of promoting rumors, fake news, hatred and ethnic jingoism.
He also revealed that Government will continue to prioritize their welfare, wishing them a successful service year, which he challenged them to confront it with zeal, dedication and commitment.
Earlier, the State Coordinator NYSC Jingi Denis commended the Governor's for his continues support, love and passion for the Scheme, noting that the Corps Members remains committed to contribute to the development of the state.
He acknowledged the generosity of the Governor to the Corps Members by ensuring they are well catered for in terms of food and the provision of secured environment among others, thereby ensuring the comfort of both the Corps Members and the Camp Officials, which according to him the Governor has written his name in leaps and bounds. He added that his gesture and magnanimity is a moral booster, expressing determination to continue to deploy the services of the Corps Members to support the policies and programmes of the present administration.
Denis assured that the Corps Members are well equipped in terms of discipline, good conduct and dedication to their given assignments.
He thereafter urged the corps members to sustain the spirit of patriotism, hard work and resilience imbibed during the orientation course, expressing hope that they will strive to meet the expectations of Nigerians by contributing towards the progress and development of Adamawa and Nigeria in general.