Lagos NYSC Coordinator Tasks Corps Members On Positive Conduct
The 2018 Batch “B” Youth Corps members posted to Lagos state have been asked to adhere to the rules and regulations guiding the orientation course to avoid being sanctioned.
The Lagos State Coordinator, National Youths Service Corps, Prince Mohammed Momoh gave the advice at the Swearing-in of the Corps members held at Orientation camp, Iyana-Ipaja Lagos.
He explained that the orientation camp was highly regimented, and as such required that every Corp member must be orderly and disciplined.
Prince Momoh admonished the corps members to participate actively in all activities the campground could offer in order to prepare them adequately for the challenges ahead in their service year.
In a message to the event, the Governor of Lagos state, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode also enjoined the corps members to take keen interest in all camp activities particularly, the Skills Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development training Programmes so that those that wished to start business of their own after the training could access a start-up funds from the government under the Lagos State Employment Trust Fund.
Governor Ambode also urged the Corps members to be security conscious and report any suspicious movement around the campground to the relevant authority.
Justice Adebisi Femi-Segun later administered Oath of allegiance on the three thousand, eighty -seven Corps members at the event on behalf of the Chief Judge of Lagos state, Justice Opeyemi Oke.
The NYSC dance troupe added colour to the event.