Mr Ogidi-Gbegbaje who gave this admonition on 07-10-16 during a send forth party in honour of the out gone 2015\2016 Batch B corps members who served in the Directorate, called on the youths to shun all form of social vices and embrace positive skills for the benefits of the society.
“Despite the economic recession you must face life squarely, you need to keep yourself busy, learn more skills, further your education, shun anti-social vices, eschew criminal activities and ensure that whatever you do will have positive impact on your life, I urge you to take the part of transparency, fear of God, hard work and honesty while shying away from get rich quick skills and social vices”, he said.
“Government is doing its best to attract investors to the state and the youths have a onerous duty to ensure that they keep the peace, shun criminal activities and provide enabling environment for these investments to thrive”, the P.S added.
While congratulating the corps members on their successful passing out, Mr. Gbegbaje urged them to be good ambassadors of the state, assuring them of government’s willing to provide skill and entrepreneurial training to the youths so as to create jobs and opportunities for the citizens.
In their various goodwill messages Mr Tony Nwakolobia, Felix Ofobruku and Mrs Tega Olowohunwa enjoined corps members to utilize the period of scheme to learn skills that will be useful to them in later life, while serving as beacon of hope in the country.
In responding on behalf of the out going members Miss Yvonne Awotua-Efebo thanked the permanent secretary and members of the directorate for their enviable contribution to the success of their service here promising that they will remain good ambassadors of the state and the nation