Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria ( COREN) is to assist the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Anambra State to combat erosion menace at its orientation camp.
The state Coordinator of NYSC, Mrs Blessing Ekene Iruma, gave the hint at the swearing in ceremony of 2022 Batch ‘C’ Stream 1 orientation course on Tuesday at the orientation comp Umuawulu/ Mbaukwu Awka South Local Government Council of the State.
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According to the coordinator, COREN made the promise when their executives visited the camp recently in Umuawulu/ Mbaukwu community.
Erosion menace has become one of the major problems ravaging the state NYSC unity permeant orientation camp built in 2019 by the immediate past government of Anambra State.
She also stated that at the close of registration about 1600 corps members were registered and they were in good stead.
The coordinator said that since the arrival of the corps members, they have shown enough discipline, understanding and are helpful to the day-to-day running of the camp by joining various committees.
She urged the corps members to quickly adapt to the regimented structure of the orientation camp and learn a few new things for themselves.
“Make new friends and utilise the opportunity offered to contribute your quota to the development of Anambra State particularly in the education sector ” she added.
She also stated that the scheme would continue to support the state government in ensuring manpower deployment for health care delivery to the rural communities where they are needed.
Corps members at the swearing-in ceremony at the Anambra State orientation camp on Tuesday.