By Elijah Ugani
The Local Inspector, LI of the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC in Obudu Local Government Area, Mr. Ogar Olayi has commended corpers to for being well behaved and enjoined them to put to practice lessons learnt during the service year to make their career prosper.
He made this commendation at the send forth/dinner party organized recently batch A members. In his words, “Four out of seven coppers awarded by the state government served here and one has been nominated for the presidential awards.
The LI advised that, “As you leave now take every call seriously as it might be an employer you know and for you batch C, learn and imbibe the spirit of humility that batch A possessed, it will help you”.
While speaking with CrossRiverWatch, the Copper Liaison Officer, CLO Amaka Osunyi described the dinner/send forth as necessary promising that it will be sustained as a culture.
“It is not easy to go through a year of service, so we need to sit and do this again and again, it has been a culture and it will continue as every batch will want to do same”.
The party according to the Local Organizing Committee, LOC Chairman, Copper Samuel Osaseri was to bid farewell to the outgoing batch A members and welcome the incoming batch.
He said, “After blazing the trail, I must confess the people here, they are very accommodating. It is a time to celebrate between the outgoing and incoming”.
The event held at the conference room of the Mega Hilton Hotel and featured performances from music, dance and comedy acts who are also NYSC members.
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