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Corp members urged to remain in states of deployment

The DG of NYSC has urged the Batch B corp members to remain in their states of deployment.

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The plea was made while Kazaure addressed the 2016 Batch B Corps members deployed to Kebbi State, shortly following their swearing-in ceremony at the Permanent Orientation Camp in Dakingari.

Daily Post reports that Kazaure encouraged the corp members to remain in the states they were deployed to and continue to contribute to the promotion of national unity.

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He stressed that postings were done deliberately, allowing graduates to leave their home states and geopolitical zones to forge new ties among Nigerians of diverse backgrounds.

The Director-General also asked that the Corps members imbibe the spirit of patriotism, advising that they maximise the opportunity for self-employment, through the NYSC Skills Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development programme.

The Batch B Orientation Course for 2016 began on November 24 and is to be concluded on December 14, 2016.

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