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Embrace skills, NYSC DG tells corps members | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News ⚠️

Embrace skills, NYSC DG tells corps members | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News ⚠️

About 1,685 National Youth Service Corps members deployed to Akwa Ibom State have been charged to be security conscious and adhere strictly to camp rules and regulations, even as they pursue skills acquisition.

The Director General of NYSC, Brig.Osagie Ehanire The Minister of Health, Dr Osagie Ehanire, disclosed this on Monday in Abuja at the bi-weekly Ministerial Press briefing on COVID-19 and other infectious diseases in the country.Pope Francis has fuelled the rumour mill with a postponed Africa trip and the curious timing of an upcoming meeting of cardinals — but experts caution against assuming a resignation is nigh.PHOTO: Gettyimages Britain’s railway network this week faces its biggest strike action in more than three decades, in a row over pay as soaring inflation erodes earnings.

-Gen.Muhammad Fadah, gave the advice during the swearing-in of 2022 Batch ‘B’ Stream 1 corps members at NYSC orientation camp, Ikot Itie Udung, Nsit Atai council area.Following the announcement of the disbursement of the sum to the Ministry of Health for the development of the COVID-19 vaccine, the Joint Committee scheduled a meeting with the Ministers of Finance and Health for clarifications on the funds.Represented by the state Coordinator of NYSC, Mrs Chinyere Ekwe, the DG cautioned corps members against promoting hatred on social media but to promote the unity of the nation.Not so fast, many say.He urged them to demonstrate high level of discipline, adding that the regimented nature of the camp is intended to instill discipline and build resilience.On April 21, 2022, President Muhammadu Buhari, directed the Minister of Health, to submit a progress report by the end of May 2022 on the indigenous production of vaccines in the country.He reminded the corps members that white-collar jobs were no longer available and urged them to embrace Skill Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development (SAED) to be self-reliance.Countries around the world are being hit by decades-high inflation as the Ukraine war and the easing of Covid restrictions fuel energy and food price hikes.

“You are strongly advised to be security conscious at all times and to report any suspicious character or activities around you to appropriate authorities”.“The country has been making use of donated vaccines,“ he said, indicating that Nigeria has learnt key lessons from the pandemic, including that countries must look inward for medical supplies and other health commodities.“These rumours are encouraged by the pope’s opponents who are only eager to see Francis leave,” he told AFP.“I implore you to sustain high level of discipline and enthusiasm you have demonstrated so far, especially by remaining compliant with camp rules and regulations.“You must continue to distance yourselves from cultism, drug abuse and other social vices,” the DG advised.We have the ones that the government has procured that we are yet to use.Highpoints of the event was the administration of oath of allegiance on the corps members by the Akwa Ibom Chief Judge, Justice Ekaette Obot, who was represented by Justice Gabriel Ette.In 2014, a year after being elected to replace Benedict, Francis himself told reporters that were his health to impede his functions as pope, he would consider stepping down too.In this article.“So we have brought together all our experts, including the producers of vaccines and manufacturers to find a way to have the technology in case of future outbreaks.“We, and our train operating colleagues, are gearing up to run the best service we can for passengers and freight users next week, despite the actions of the RMT.

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