NYSC Director Urges Corps Members to Be Good Ambassadors in Imo State, Says State is Safe

Mr. Jimba commended the Corps Members for their exemplary conduct, discipline, commitment, and readiness to selflessly serve their country. He emphasized the importance of being good ambassadors of their institutions, families, and the NYSC scheme.

NYSC Director Urges Corps Members to Be Good Ambassadors in Imo State, Says State is Safe

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Director for the South East Area Office, Mr. Chris Jimba, recently visited the orientation camp in Eziama Obaire to address the 2024 Batch B Stream I Corps Members deployed Imo state. He urged Corpers to be good ambassadors in Imo state, assuring them that the state is safe.

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During his visit, Mr. Jimba commended the Corps Members for their exemplary conduct, discipline, commitment, and readiness to selflessly serve their country. He emphasized the importance of being good ambassadors of their institutions, families, and the NYSC scheme.

"I urge you to settle into your Primary Assignments and actively address the needs of the people," said the Director. "By doing so, you can contribute to the development of our great state." Mr. Jimba also assured the Corps Members of their safety in Imo State, describing it as a very hospitable place.

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The State Coordinator, Mrs. Rachel Idaewor, echoed his sentiments, emphasizing the seamless administration of the camp due to the high level of discipline exhibited by the Corps Members.