Tuesday, 21 January, 2020

Anambra increases allowances of corpers posted to ‘hard-to-reach’ areas


ANAMBRA State Government has approved an increase in allowances of National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) members serving in hard-to-reach areas of the state.

Head of Service, Harry Udu announced this when members of Batch `C’, Stream II corps members paid him a courtesy visit in his office at the Jerome Udoji Secretariat, Awka.

According to the HOS, “the gesture is aimed at motivating those posted to interior areas of the state.

“He thanked them for their appreciation of the positive efforts of government and also in presenting an award of excellence to him.”I dedicate this award to the Governor of   Anambra State and the Executive Council members who work to ensure the development of Anambra of our dream.”

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“ Anambra remains a home for you all, any time as the security and peaceful coexistence in Anambra remains top to the government of the state,” Udu said.

He urged them to continue to stay committed to goodness, truth and openness as they perform their mandatory youth service programmes in the state.

Spokesperson of the group, Augustine Nomigo, thanked the government for providing corps member the conducive and safe environment throughout the service years.

“We are grateful for the increase in our allowances”, stressing, “the award of excellence to the HOS is our way of showing that we appreciate the kindness of Anambra Government to corpers.”

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Director of training, Office of the HOS, MrsNwandoObiano praised the corpers, urging them to remain focused as they move to wider society after their stay in the

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