Bayelsa council boss welcomes NYSC members, urges them to be diligent

Hon. Alabo Hanson
Yenagoa—The Caretaker Chairman of Brass Local Government Council, Hon. Alabo Hanson has urged the National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) posted to the area to do their job diligently, remain law-abiding, and respect the customs and traditions of the people.

The Brass helmsman made the call while playing host to the corps members when they paid him an unscheduled visit at the Brass LGA liaison office in Yenagoa on Tuesday.

He assured them of hospitality and safety throughout their service period.

While welcoming them, the council chairman commended the fresh graduates for pursuing education, stressing that education plays a major role in national development.

“You have done well by answering the clarion call to serve your fatherland. On behalf of the good people of Brass Local Government Area, I heartily welcome you. I am certain that you will enjoy your one-year stay here.

“We are a very peaceful and hospitable people. So you have no reason to be anxious. We will take good care of you and ensure your stay is remarkable.

“Do your job diligently, remain law-abiding, and respect the unique customs and traditions of our people.

“I will ensure that the age-long cordial relationship between BALGA and NYSC is sustained,” the Brass helmsman said.

Alabo further gave the corps members logistical support to ensure they get to their Primary Place of Assignment (PPA) within the area without hitches.

On his part, the elated NYSC Local Government Inspector for Brass LGA, Nkenyie Joseph, thanked the new council chairman for the warm welcome as well as the admonition given to the new corps members.

The NYSC staff assured that the corps members under his supervision will render optimal service in any school or establishment they are posted to within the local government.

“I can assure you that they will discharge their duties brilliantly and remain law-abiding as advised. Thank you for the warm welcome, Mr. Chairman,” he said.

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