The NYSC Adamawa State Coordinator, Mallam Abubakar Mohammed has called on Corps members to key into the Scheme’s Skills Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development (SAED) training in order to curve a niche for themselves in the business world.
He made the call today at the Multipurpose Hall of Damare Camp, in an address to flag-off the in-camp SAED programme of the 2018 Batch B Orientation course.
Mallam Mohammed told the Corps members that Adamawa state is a virgin land which offers arrays of opportunities which they can explore and thrive in businesses of their choice.
He therefore urged them to take the programme seriously, adding that NYSC is ready to provide them with several options to fund their viable business plans at the end of the day.
Also speaking, Mr. Ishaya Garunvwa, who came from NYSC National Directorate Headquarters, Abuja to monitor the exercise advised the Corps members to wisely select skill sets of their interest in order to excel at the end of the training.
Earlier in a welcome remark, the Head, SAED committee, Mrs. Jummai Kwabe appreciated the State Coordinator and other dignitaries for gracing the occasion.
She further said that the SAED programme was launched in 2012 as part of NYSC’s plan to take Nigerian graduates off the streets after passing through the Scheme.