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Eze Madumere Closes The 2015 NYSC Orientation In Imo State.!!

The Deputy Governor of Imo State, Prince Eze Madumere has asked corps members who had served and still serving in the state to have an outlook of national unity and patriotism, eschewing all forms of sentiment and tribalism as the state is open to accommodate every young person who comes to the state regardless of where he or she is from.

Madumere performed this traditional ceremony as he represented the Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha during a special parade at the NYSC permanent orientation camp in Umudi, Nkwerre local government area of Imo State, as he declared the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) orientation course for the 2015 batch “B” deployed to Imo State closed. 

He further reminded them of the objectives of the national service, which he said is to foster unity and national development and urged them to lead the re-orientation campaign towards making Nigeria a more cohere and unified country where ethnicity and tribalism will be relegated to the barest minimum.
 Delivering a speech on behalf of the Governor, Prince Madumere praised the NYSC scheme which he said had made and is still making concerted efforts to the development and growth of the State, particularly in the area of education and health sector. He also commended the skill acquisition scheme of the NYSC, describing it as a veritable tool to reducing unemployment in the country.

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