We’ll Maximize The Potentials Of Youths – Gov Fubara

The Governor of Rivers State, Sir Siminalayi Fubara has affirmed his administrations focus in prioritizing policies that will maximize the potentials of the youths.

The Governor observed this today at the NYSC permanent orientation camp, Nonwa-Gbam Tai, Tai LGA during the swearing-in ceremony of 2024 Batch A Stream 1 Corps Members deployed to Rivers State.

Represented by the Permanent Secretary, Special Services Bureau, Office of the Secretary to the State Government, Sir Samson Friday Dede, Governor Fubara commended the NYSC Scheme for the positive impacts it is making in the nation’s quest for sustained development.

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“My administration will be unwavering and fully focused in supporting the youths in maximizing their potentials, he said.

He assured the Corps Members of his administration’s commitment in supporting them to achieve the mandate of uniting and integrating to the nation.

The Governor further admonished Corps Members to take full advantage of the camp programmes and activities to equip themselves to contribute to nation building

Earlier, the Coordinator NYSC Rivers State, Mr. George Mfongang had urged the Corps Members to be in the forefront of the nation’s development by being hard working, disciplined and morally sound. He commended them for being passionate and enthusiastic in imbibing the lessons of the orientation exercise.

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The Coordinator thanked Governor Fubara for his unflinching commitment in ensuring the security and welfare of Corps Members in the State especially, the payment of State Allowance to them.

A total of 1585 Corps Members made up of 819 males and 766 females took the oath of allegiance at the ceremony that was administered by Justice Ibiwengi Roseline Minakiri.