The Governor of Osun State, Mr. Adegboyega Oyetola says, the prevalent ‘get rich quick syndrome’ in the society only drown youths in the sea of misery and vanity.
Speaking at the Terminal Parade of the 2019 Batch B Stream 2 orientation course for Corps members posted to the state, at the NYSC, Permanent Orientation Camp, Ede, Mr. Oyetola said the get rich quick syndrome only erode youth the strength and ability required to work and achieve great things in life legitimately.
He therefore urged the youth corps members to avoid such attitude, which could also influence younger ones in their area of primary assignment.
The Governor encouraged the participants to embrace things capable of promoting peace and unity in all communities where posted, while he also charged them to stay away from partisan politics and other activities that could threaten their security.
In a remark, the Osun State Coordinator of the NYSC, Mr. Adegoke Ayodele reminded corps employers that corps members must not be given traveling permission without recourse to the NYSC Secretariat.
Mr. Ayodele said this became imperative to ensure adequate monitoring of the corps members, reduce the rate of their risk exposure in the overall interest of the Nation.
The NYSC state coordinator charged the participants to accept their posting in good faith, respect the culture of their host community and exercise highest level of discipline and impact on the host community in their various capacities.
He told the gathering that over seventy percent of the corps members had been posted to schools, particularly in the rural areas where they could be more useful, while those in medical field were deployed to Primary Health Centres.
A total of one thousand eight hundred corps members are posted to Osun state for the 2019 Batch B, Stream 2 service year.Adenitan Akinola
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