Surpass your predecessors, NYSC advises 2021 batch ‘A’ corps members in Anambra
Anambra State Coordinator of National Youth Service Corps NYSC, Mr Kehinde Aremu, has advised the 2021 batch ‘A’ corps members undergoing their orientation program in the state to strive to surpass the achievements of their predecessors.
He gave the advice during the formal Opening of the 2021 Batch ‘A’ Stream 1 Orientation Course, at the Permanent Orientation Camp, Umuawulu/Mbaukwu, Awka South Local Government Area, on Monday.
Tribune Online gathered that the 2021 Batch ‘A’ Corps members deployed to the state is 1,020.
Speaking further, Aremu, charged the Corps members to participate enthusiastically in all camp activities and adhere to COVID 19 protocols.
He further noted that in spite of the outbreak of the deadly disease, normal life could still go on as long as the rules guiding the curtailment of coronavirus are obeyed. He thereafter declared the 2021 Batch ‘A’ Stream 1 Orientation Course opened in Anambra State.
Earlier, the Honourable Chief Judge of Anambra State, Honourable Justice Onochie Anyachebelu, represented by Honourable Justice Michael N O Okonkwo, administered the Oath of Allegiance on the corps members.
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