Gov. Mohammed urges corps members to provide quality medical services

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Bauchi

Gov. Bala Mohammed of Bauchi State has called on corps members posted to their various places of primary assignment to help the state governments in providing quality medical services in their host communities.

Mohammed stated this during the closing ceremony of the 2023 Batch B stream II orientation course at the state permanent orientation camp in Wailo, Ganjuwa Local Government Area.

He said this was imperative as his administration was committed to improving the standard of living of the citizens of the state through sustained implementation of people-oriented programmes and policies.

Represented by his Deputy, Mr Auwal Jatau, the governor said: “You are therefore expected to brace up and be prepared to join hands with the government in providing qualitative medical services.

“You are also to be ready to provide quality education, social, physical development as well as promotion and fostering of Information Communication Technology knowledge among the youths.

“We will not spare any effort in ensuring that your proven competence and creative energies are fully harnessed and channeled towards making Bauchi State the pride of the Nation,” he said.

Mohammed added that the government was committed to ensure that they become self-reliant after their service year.

He urged them to remain focused and equip themselves to be entrepreneurs that would actualise the much desired industrial revolution of the country.

Earlier, the Bauchi State Coordinator of NYSC, Mrs Rifkatu Yakubu, urged the corps members to integrate into their host communities through learning of their languages and cultures.

She also advised them to devote time in identifying the felt needs of their host communities and initiate personal and group Community Development Service (CDS) projects that would uplift their living standards.

“I assure you that your welfare and security are topmost on our priority list.

“We have sustained our liaison with security agencies and other stakeholders to ensure your safety and make essential provisions that will enable you have a fulfilling service year,” Yakubu assured.

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