THE National Youth Service Corps has urged all parties involved in the mobilization process to conduct themselves in a professional manner.
The organization stated that any erring corps generating institution discovered to have cheated would face punishment as a deterrent to others.
According to a statement released by the NYSC Director of Press and Public Relations, Adenike Adeyemi, the organization’s Director-General, Brigadier General Shuaibu Ibrahim, announced this on Thursday during his remarks at the start of the 2021 Batch ‘C’ pre-mobilization workshop in Abuja.
The session, titled “Enhancing stakeholders’ roles for a credible mobilization process,” provided an opportunity for a strong interface between the NYSC and other mobilization partners.
Although NYSC has faced issues as a result of the presenting of ineligible graduates for national service, Ibrahim said the organization had made significant progress in terms of data integrity.”
Continued improvements in the mobilization process and other elements of our operations are thus consistent with our goal of maintaining relevance.”
“As important partners, your commitment to the reforms’ success cannot be overstated, and as stakeholders in the NYSC project, you will agree with me that the scheme’s continued significance is undeniable.”
“Regardless of our results, we will not hesitate to impose the appropriate sanctions on erring institutions or people,” he stated.The Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Alhaji Muhammad Musa Bello, was represented by the acting Secretary of the FCT Social Development Secretariat, Dr Kelvin Ike, who thanked the corps members for their efforts in the capital territory.