Badaru warns corps members against cultism, violence

Jigawa state Governor, Alhaji Muhammad Badaru Abubakar has warned 1,911 deployed to the state who completed their national orientation course yesterday to desist from involving themselves in cultism, political violence and religious intolerance during and after their service year.
The governor sounded the warning in his speech he delivered at the closing ceremony of the 2018 Batch Stream II NYSC national orientation course held at Yakubu Gown permanent orientation camp, Dutse, yesterday.
“My dear children, I admonish you to be responsible and disciplined citizens of this great country.
Your are to shun cultism, political violence and political intolerance and any or other form anti social behavior.
You should be guided by the motto of the scheme; service and humility, bearing in mind the oath of national service you have sworn to up hold,’’ Badaru further state.
He said that all hands must be on deck to move this country forward on the path of progress, democracy, equity and social justice and urged them to make concerted efforts to bring new lease of lie to their host communities in particular and the nation at large.
Badaru therefore warned corps employers not to reject corps members posted to them, pointing out that the rejection of corps members by employers was inconsistent with the aspiration of the present government.

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