NYSC DG advice corps members on the use of electrical appliances in camp
The National Youth Service Corps in Gombe State has on Tuesday warned corps members to avoid illegal connection of electricity and electrical appliances in camp.
This call was made on Tuesday by the camp Director, Mohammed Yakubu, at the 2021 Batch ‘C’ Stream II Corps members took the oath of allegiance during the swearing-in ceremony.
This was contained in a statement by the NYSC Gombe State, adding that the corps members were advised on how to make judicious use of camp facilities.
According to the statement, Yakubu commended the corps members for “exhibiting a high level of discipline thus far.”
The statement partly read, “He advised them to sustain the tempo as they take the oath of allegiance this morning during their swearing-in ceremony.
“Speaking on cleanliness, Yakubu said hostels and environs must be kept clean at all times. He called on hostel Governors to be alive to their responsibility.”
According to the Gombe NYSC coordinator, Ada Imoni, 1566 Corps members, made up of 618 males and 948 females, were sworn in during the ceremony on Tuesday.