Last updated on February 2nd, 2021 at 10:23 am
The National Youth Service Corps, NYSC said it is putting plans in place to review and rework its mobilisation process in order to improve the process.
NYSC Director General, Suleiman Kazaure made this known in Keffi after the corps’ 2019 Batch A Pre-Mobilisation Workshop.
According to Kazaure, the workshop was a platform to address challenges and evolving strategies for improvement.
“Over the years, we have tried to sustain cross-fertilisation of ideas in order to achieve a full proof mobilisation thereby enhancing the credibility of the process,” he said.
“The theme of the workshop captures the thrust of our deliberations here today. I, therefore, implore you to share your wealth of experience and expertise to enable us to remove all impediments to the mobilisation process and, especially, ensure a hitch-free 2019 Batch A exercise.
“So, we are here to find solutions to problems encountered in the present and future mobilisations. That is the essence of the workshop and I am very sure we will find a way out,” he said.
Nasarawa State Governor, Tanko Al-Makura praised NYSC for looking for ways to find solution to the attendant issues faces with mobilisation of corps members.
“Let me commend the NYSC management for the choice of Nasarawa State to host the session preparatory to staging of the 2019 Batch A mobilisation exercise,” Al-Makura who was represented by his Deputy, Silas Agara.
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