Maj.-Gen. Suleiman Kazaure, Director General of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), on Thursday stated that the scheme could review and reform its mobilisation procedure for development of the exercising.
Kazaure made this known on the 2019 Batch A Pre-Mobilisation Workshop held in Keffi Local Government Area of Nasarawa State.
The subject of the one-day workshop became, “Towards Eliminating Recurrent Issues Affecting The NYSC Mobilisation Process”.
The NYSC boss explained that the workshop became a platform for NYSC and different stakeholders to check issues in mobilisation in order to addressing demanding situations and evolving strategies for development.
“Over the years, we’ve got attempted to preserve go fertilisation of ideas so one can reap a full proof mobilisation thereby enhancing the credibility of the system,” he said.
“The subject matter of the workshop captures the thrust of our deliberations right here these days. I, consequently, implore you to share your wealth of revel in and expertise to enable us to dispose of all impediments to the mobilisation system and, in particular, make sure a hitch-unfastened 2019 Batch A exercising.
“So, we are right here to find solutions to problems encountered inside the present and future mobilisations. That is the essence of the workshop and I am very certain we can find a way out,” he stated.
Gov. Umaru Al-Makura of Nasarawa State, represented with the aid of his Deputy, Mr Silas Agara, counseled the NYSC management for setting up the workshop to discover lasting answers to issues hindering clean mobilisation of Corps contributors.
“Let me commend the NYSC control for the selection of Nasarawa State to host the session preparatory to staging of the 2019 Batch A mobilisation exercising,” he stated.
Mrs Nnenna Ukonu, NYSC Director, Corps Mobilisations, stated that the scheme determined recurrence of unwholesome practices and not unusual mistakes associated with the mobilisation system.
“We intend to brainstorm with crucial stakeholders and give you lasting answers to these problems that have hindered mobilisation technique through the years as it issues credible statistics series and adherence to laid down regulations.
“I, consequently, desire to implore all participants to be frank and open in discussing those demanding situations and advise ways of addressing them. I am positive that with your guide, the scheme will surmount all barriers at ensuring a hitch-unfastened mobilisation manner,” she said.
Participants inside the workshop consist of NYSC control team, Student Affairs Officers from Corps producing establishments, representatives of National Universities Commission, National Board for Technical Education and Joint Admissions and Matriculation board.