In a formal ceremony held today at the NYSC permanent Orientation Camp in Kussala, Karaye, over 1,900 members of the 2023 Batch “B” Stream One of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) were officially sworn in for their mandatory one-year service.
The State NYSC Coordinator, Malam Sulaiman Andy Ibrahim, announced the commencement of the orientation program, where the corps members will receive training in leadership, entrepreneurship, and paramilitary skills.
Malam Andy emphasized the dedication exhibited by the corps members in responding to the regimental camp activities and expressed confidence in their ability to have a successful service year.
He highlighted the importance of their training, which aims to equip them with essential skills and knowledge for their future endeavors.
Representing Kano State Governor, Alhaji Abba Kabir Yusuf, the Deputy Governor, Comr. Aminu Abdussalam Gwarzo, assured the newly sworn-in corps members that the government had taken necessary measures to ensure their security and well-being throughout their service period.
He further emphasized the government’s commitment to youth empowerment and education development, emphasizing the top priority placed on improving the educational sector.
Governor Abba expressed his belief that the presence of the corps members in Kano state would contribute significantly to the government’s goal of enhancing the educational system.
He encouraged the corps members to consider Kano their home and to approach their primary assignments with dedication and commitment.
The event concluded with congratulations to the corps members on this momentous occasion. The Governor urged them to seize the opportunity to make a positive impact and contribute to the development of Kano state.