The Delta State Government says it would continue to support the National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) scheme in the State so that it can meet the objectives for which it was established.
The Secretary to the Delta State Government (SSG) Mr. Chiedu Ebie made this known today (03/12/19) when he presented the NYSC Delta State Honors Award on behalf of the State Government to two Corp members who distinguished themselves in their Community Development Project in their place of posting during the 2018 service year.
The SSG who also is the Chairman of the NYSC Governing Board said the importance of the Scheme cannot be overemphasized as it has unified every part of the country through cultural integration of the participants of the scheme which was the original idea of the founding Fathers of the programme.
Mr. Ebie assured the NYSC Management that the State Government would ensure that Corp members posted to the State to serve would be well catered for even as he said the State Government had provided a lot of facilities for the NYSC Area office in the South- South Zone located in Asaba and also at the NYSC Orientation camp in Issele-uku.
He congratulated the recipients of the Award and urged other Corp members serving in the State to emulate the exemplary character exhibited by the recipients of the Award.
Earlier, the Area Coordinator of the NYSC South-South Area Office, Mr. Omotade Ayodele thanked the State Government for the support given to the Delta State NYSC office and assured that the objectives of the scheme as propagated by the Founding Fathers would not be compromised.
Highlights of the event was the presentation of cheques to the recipients of the NYSC Delta State Honors Award by the SSG on behalf of the State govertnment.
The recipient of the award are Dr. Udo-Ubong Nkereuwem who served in Assumption Catholic Hospital, Warri in Warri South LGA and Mr. Igbato Domnic who served in Ugbodu Secondary School in Aniocha North LGA.