NYSC Expressed Readiness To Reopen Orientation Camps

By Daluk Grampolo – Jos

The management of the NYSC has confirmed it readiness to reopen orientation camps Nation wide following compulsory closure of the camps earlier in the year due to the covid 19 pandemic.

Director general of the scheme brigadier general Ibrahim shuaibu confirmed this to newsmen at the NYSC 2020 batch B pre orientation workshop held in Jos plateau state.

The aim of the workshop was to enable top officials of the scheme meet with a view of evaluating covid 19 safety protocols for a successful conduct of the forth coming 2020 batch B exercise avid the covid 19 pandemic.

D.G of the scheme brigadier general Ibrahim shuaibu revealed amid other measures taken to ensure seamless exercise, the scheme has interfaced effectively with the NCDC and PTF .

The DG further disclosed that the corp members whose orientation camp was suspended due to the pandemic earlier in the year would be joining the the orientation camps.

Declaring the workshop open was the plateau state governor Simon Lalong who pledged to work closely with the scheme in the State in ensuring safety of staff and corps members from covid 19.

He appealed to all concern to observe covid 19 safety guidelines as the fight against the virus is ongoing.

Plateau state coordinator of the scheme Caroline Embu appreciated the DG of the scheme ,plateau state governor and all collaborative agencies for their continues support to the scheme.

The NYSC Batch B pre orientation workshop which began on Tuesday 3rd November in Jos has in attendance all directors,camp commandants state coordinators among others from all over the federation.

The theme of the workshop is “evolving a dynamic operational strategy in the management of camps in the context of Covid 19”

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