2022 NYSC Kwara Batch B, Stream I, Orientation Course Ready

The NYSC management has scheduled the 2022 Batch B, Streams1 orientation course to commence on Wednesday 15th June, 2022.

The 21-day orientation programme will run concurrently in all the NYSC orientation camps in the 36 States and the FCT, Abuja.

The State Coordinator, NYSC Kwara state, Mrs Francisca Olaleye, in a statement expressed the readiness of the orientation camp to host prospective Corps members, who have been deployed to Kwara state for their national service.

In Kwara state, the permanent orientation camp in Yikpata, Edu Local Government Area is now a beehive of activities.

According to the State Coordinator, the orientation camp has been properly fumigated agaist reptiles and properly put in place to host the course participants.

“It is also worthy to inform the general public that the various NCDC’s COVID-19 protocols and preventive measures has been put in place at the orientation camp.

In order to ensure an hitch-free and successful orientation exercise in Kwara state, the collaborating agencies (The Nigeria Army,The Police, NSCDC, DSS, NDLEA) other partners have been adequately sensitised in preparation for the exercise.

The camp will open for the Prospective Corps, as early as 7am on Wednesday 15th June, 2022 and the registration exercise will commence immediately.

The official opening and Swearing-in ceremony for the newly deployed Corps members will take place on Tuesday 21st, June 2022 by 10.00am prompt. His Lordship, the Chief Judge of Kwara state is expected to administer oath of allegiance on the Corps members and formally Inducts them into the National service. The orientation exercise will formally come to end by Tuesday 5th July, 2022.

“The orientation exercise will features various activities like the paramilitary drills, Sports, Lectures, Socials and Skills Acquisition programme for all the participants.

The NYSC management assured stakeholders that adequate security measures will be put in place by the security agencies, in order to achieve an hitch free orientation exercise.

“ApartT from the security patrol within and the orientation camp, other measures will be put in place to ensure hitch free exercise in Kwara State.

“The NYSC management also use this medium to appeal to the good people of Kwara State, especially, members of the NURTW, across the state to accord the newly deployed Corps members to the state, warm reception and hospitality, which Kwara people are known for.

“We wish all the prospective Corps members journey mercy as they travel to their respective camps across the country,” the coordinator added.