Stakeholders Brainstorm On Success Of Batch C NYSC Orientation Course

NYSC Corps Members on parade

Top management of the National Youth Service Corp (NYSC), alongside relevant stakeholders in the 2022 Batch C Orientation Course have converged to brainstorm on the forth coming orientation exercise.

The brainstorming session which drew participants from all over the country, involved a 3-day workshop from Wednesday, 28th to Friday, 30th September, 2022 in Abuja.

The Director General of NYSC, Brigadier General Muhammad Fadah while declaring open the Pre-Orientation Course Workshop stated that it was a forum for NYSC Top Management, partner agencies and key Camp officials to review the conduct of previous Orientation Courses with a view to mapping out strategies for improved performance in preparation for the next exercise.

He said, the choice of the theme: “Exploring Effective Stakeholders Collaboration for Improved Orientation Programme,” was informed by the Scheme’s recognition of the importance of the roles of all stakeholders in the endeavour.

Consequently, he noted that it was a step in the right direction towards the successful conduct of the forthcoming 2022 Batch ‘C’ Orientation Course.

“Amongst other expected outcomes, the forum will help to fine-tune our arrangements and policy guidelines for the seamless execution of the exercise”, the NYSC Boss said.

Brig. Gen. Fadah also appreciated, the Federal Government for its abiding faith in the Scheme as demonstrated through constant provision of funds for the smooth conduct of the operations.

He further thanked, “the FCT Administration, traditional rulers, security agencies and other stakeholders in the territory for their immense support.

“State Governments for their support, and we appeal for more, especially through the continuous upgrade of Orientation Camp facilities and other logistic provisions”, he added.

The NYSC Czar also thanked the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) and State Ministries of Health whose contributions assisted in the safe and efficient conduct of Orientation Courses in the heat of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We count on your continued support as we remain committed to ensuring adherence to the established prevention protocols during the forthcoming Orientation Courses”, he said.

In response, Minister Of The Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Alhaji Muhammad Musa Bello appreciated Brig. Gen. Muhammad Fadah, and the rest of the NYSC Management for choosing the FCT, Abuja as the workshop venue.

Bello who was represented by Alhaji Musa Mamman noted that the achievements recorded by the FCT Administration (FCTA) were attributable to the cooperation and support from others, including the services rendered by the Corps members deployed to the Territory.

He therefore, urged the participants to contribute meaningfully so as to achieve the desired outcome and also assured them of the FCTA’s continued partnership with the Scheme for the successful implementation of its lofty programmes.

Other stakeholders at the workshop included: Representative of the Directorate for State Services (DSS), National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), Chief Of Air Staff (COAS), NYSC State Coordinators, Camp Directors, the Nigerian Army among others.

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