Muhammad Fadah, the director-general of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), has asked state governments to regularly enhance the amenities at orientation camps.
At the pre-orientation training workshop for the 2022 Batch “C” on Wednesday in Abuja, he made the appeal, pleading with state governments to make all other essential logistical arrangements.
He praised the federal government and all program participants for upholding their commitment to the NYSC.
The director-general also made a plea for the stakeholders’ ongoing assistance in order to improve the scheme’s operations.
According to Mr. Fadah, the program acknowledged the significance of the duties played by each scheme stakeholder and that everyone was already cooperating to ensure the smooth running of the next 2022 Batch “C” Orientation Course.
According to Ahmed Ikaka, director of planning, research, and statistics, the workshop was organized to get people ready for the next Batch ‘C’ streams one and two orientation courses in 2022.
He continued by saying that important decisions that would govern how the upcoming orientation course would be conducted would be reached at the workshop’s conclusion.
Muhammad Bello, the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), claimed that the territory’s modest successes were due to the assistance and support of others, particularly the services provided by the corps members stationed to FCT.
He guaranteed the scheme of the administration’s ongoing engagement with the scheme for the successful implementation of its high-caliber programs, represented by the acting director of the youth department, Musa Lai.