Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El- Rufa’i says Nigerian youths could make significant difference in building a greater Nigeria.
Governor Nasir El-Rufa’i stated this at the passing out ceremony of the twenty twenty-two NYSC batch B, stream one orientation course in Kaduna.
The Governor who was represented by the Commissioner for Human Services and Social Development, Hafsat Mohammed Baba reminded corps members to promote unity and respect the culture of their host communities.
He further encouraged corps members to partner government in ensuring a violent free and peaceful society.
He reiterated that his administration would continue to support the scheme, provide conducive environment and security of Corps members in the state.
Also speaking, State Coordinator of the Scheme, Oboba Abel Oche urged corps members to fully participate in all government programmes and policies that impact on the people.
He encouraged them to come up with strategies and initiate meaningful community development projects in order to leave their host communities better than they met it.
The State Coordinator further warned employers of corps labour in the state to accept members posted to them as rejection of corps members is against the spirit of the scheme.