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NYSC: New DG assumes duty, unveils agenda



NYSC: New DG assumes duty, unveils agenda

Brig.- Gen. Shuaibu Ibrahim, the recently designated Director-General of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) authoritatively accepted the obligation on Friday as the eighteenth chief general of the administration, with a five-point motivation to improve the plan.

NAN reports that Ibrahim while getting the mantle of initiative from the previous NYSC supervisor, Maj.- Gen. Suleiman Kazaure, at the NYSC Headquarters, Abuja, said top on his motivation is using the possibilities of corps individuals.

The new executive general guaranteed that he would keep on the structure on the triumphs and accomplishments of the previous chief general by proceeding to seek after a mechanically determined association.

Ibrahim said he would guarantee the welfare and security of corps individuals and staff, including that while in office; he would fortify existing coordinated effort with partners.

The new NYSC boss guaranteed that he would rebuild NYSC adventures following the NYSC Act.

He included that “it is a respect and benefit that I remain before you here to express my sincere and significant appreciation to God for making today conceivable.

“My passionate gratefulness goes to the President, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR, Minister of Defense and Chief of Army Staff for observing me qualified to be selected D-G of this plan.

“The active executive general has done very well to have lifted the plan to a larger amount. I need to guarantee him that I will endeavor to continue the accomplishments and take the plan to another platform.”

The new chief general asked staff to stay resolved to work, avoid misbehavior, defilement and guarantee cooperation and decency in all exercises.

The previous chief general, in his handover address, expressed gratitude toward the administration of the plan, staff and the media for their collaboration, backing, and responsibility.

Kazaure encouraged staff of the plan to accord the new chief general a similar help and collaboration and guaranteed that he would keep on staying steadfast and focused on the administration of the country in his original posting.

He said “I thank his Excellency, Mr. President, for allowing me the chance to serve the country as NYSC chief general.

“I additionally thank the Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Solomon Dalung, the NYSC National Governing Board, partners, and the media for the help given to me in the release of my duties.”

Kazaure was selected executive general of the NYSC on April 18, 2016, and filled in as the seventeenth D-G of the plan until his redeployment to the Nigerian Army Resource Center on April 26, 2019.

Until his arrangement, Ibrahim, the new NYSC supervisor was the Registrar, Nigerian Army University, Biu, in Borno.

Ibrahim hails from Nasarawa State and has a Bachelor and Masters Degree in History from the University of Jos, with a PGDE from Tai Solarin University of Education and Ph.D. in History from the University of Abuja.

The new NYSC chief general served in different military postings around the nation, went to the arrangement of courses since his charging into the military and is an individual from various expert associations including the Historical Society of Nigeria (HSN).

Ibrahim got different military designs including the Distinguished Service Star in 2018 and a beneficiary of the arrangement of honors including advancement from Senior Lecturer to Associate Professor at Nigeria Defense Academy 2017/2018.

The new D-G is hitched with youngsters.


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