NYSC DG warns corps members against cyber crimes, lawlessness

NYSC DG warns corps members against cyber crimes, lawlessness

By Leonard Egwuma

Director General , National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Brig. Gen. Shuaibu Ibrahim has advised corps members to shun cybercrimes, lawlessness and other vices that could haunt them in future.

He gave this advice when he paid an unscheduled visit to the 2019 Batch B Stream 11 corps members undergoing their orientation at the NYSC Permanent orientation camp, Umunna Bende council area, Abia.

The D-G in a statement issued to newsmen by Mr Omaka Nnachi, the Public Relations Officer, NYSC, Abia, on Thursday, said that such vices could endanger their lives.

He warned them to desist from any act that could bring about disunity in the country, adding that the scheme was meant to promote national unity and integration.

Shuaibu urged the corps members to take the Skills Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development (SAED) programme very seriously, which was capable of making them job creators rather than job-seekers.

He advised them to acquaint themselves with their host communitities and contribute to their growth.

“You are precious to your families and the nation.You should take the security tips given you to heart to make your service year fruitful.

“Please don’t embark on unauthorised journeys because this has caused the deaths of many of your colleagues,” he cautioned.

The NYSC boss also warned the female corps members not to mess up their lives because of insatiable wants.

The Acting Director, Special Duties, Mr James Afolayan gave cash rewards and a big cow to the corps members.

Afolayan was earlier led by the State Coordinator, Mrs Bona Fasakin to inspect the camp clinic, hostels and kitchen.

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