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The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Director-General, Brigadier General Mohammed Fadah, has issued a severe warning to corps members about drug usage and other related offenses.

At the Permanent Orientation Camp in Dazigau, Nangere Local Government Area of Yobe State, the DG issued the warning to corps members deployed to Yobe State on Sunday.

He urged them to maintain discipline and act as excellent representatives of the program because “the orientation camp is like a semi-regular atmosphere.”

In addition, Brig. Gen. Fadah stressed that the NYSC program has zero tolerance for cults while warning participants not to abuse social media.

He advised against nighttime travel, unnecessary ride-seeking, and joining vehicles at unofficially designated parks.

The director general was congratulated on his appointment and visit to the orientation camp in his home state by Mrs. Hafsat Yerima, the state coordinator for the NYSC Yobe State.

She let the visiting NYSC boss know that a total of 1,185 corps members had signed up for the orientation course in Yobe State.

Yerima praised the corps members for their dedication to taking part in all of the camp’s activities and hard work.

Fadah was entertained by traditional and cultural performances, songs, and exhibitions that highlighted the state’s rich cultural past.


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