The Director-General, National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Maj.- Gen. Suleiman Kazaure, has cautioned corps member to maintain a strategic distance from any type of race misbehavior as anybody got will be arraigned.
Kazaure gave the notice in Ibadan on Tuesday amid his backing and sensitisation visit to Oyo State in regard of the pending decisions.
The executive general cautioned the corps individuals not to acknowledge any type of prompting, including cash from lawmakers, outsiders and individuals from the general population.
He exhorted them to dependably think about their condition and to be security-cognizant, saying that corps individuals taking an interest in race obligations must be in their NYSC uniform. “Your Identity cards must be on you; guarantee your telephones are revived with enough broadcast appointment; be furnished with pocket notes; have the telephone quantities of your neighborhood government examiners and Divisional Police Officers (DPOs).
“Peradventure there is any issue, ensure yourself first and answer to the closest police headquarters. “The security agents will all be sent amid the activity. Note that interest isn’t obligatory for you.
“Never drag anything with anyone. You may choose not to take part since it is discretionary. Any corps part that damages the law having been cautioned, would be arraigned. “INEC authorities will prepare you individuals and dress you with everything required for the decisions. After the preparation, they will choose the best among you; so be great ministers of the plan, your family and Nigeria,” Kazaure said.
Additionally, the Chairman, Ibadan South-East Local Government, Mr. Abimbola Omiyale, guaranteed that the administration would do its best to guarantee satisfactory security of the corps individuals. “We are for the most part holding hands to ensure that the corps part who will work anyplace in the state, will be secured and that the race is without rough,” he said.
Likewise, the Oyo State NYSC Coordinator, Mrs Emiola Ambekemo, said the sensitisation was to remind the corps individuals that they should be well behaved.
“They are as of now mindful of the correct activities particularly in conditions such as this. We simply need to advise them that they should be decent as any individual who disregards the principles will confront the law as the chief general has said,” she said.
In the interest of the corps individuals, Mr Ajiboye Okoye, guaranteed the executive general and the administration of NYSC that the corps individuals would not bargain at all. “We have taken a goals today to maintain the law, rules of INEC and be great ministers of the plan,” he said.