Katsina State Governor, Mallam Dikko Umar Radda, has made a significant commitment to provide employment opportunities for doctors among the Youth Corps members who served in the state.
The governor also expressed his intention to employ those who excelled in special courses of study as classroom teachers. Governor Radda made this announcement during a courtesy visit with the state coordinator of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Hajiya Aisha Mohammed.
During the visit, Governor Radda emphasized that the employment opportunities would be offered to
those willing to remain in Katsina state. He acknowledged the strong collaboration between the federal
agency, NYSC, and the Katsina state government and pledged to further strengthen this partnership.
To solidify the relationship, Governor Radda expressed his intention to meet with the Director General of the NYSC.
In addition to the employment commitments, Governor Radda promised to provide increased support to the state office of the NYSC.
Recognizing the imminent passing out of the Youth Corps members at the camp, he announced a donation of fifty bags of rice and a bull to support the upcoming ceremony.
Expressing her support and readiness to collaborate with Governor Radda’s administration, Hajiya Aisha Mohammed, the state coordinator of the NYSC, declared her intention to work towards achieving common goals. She also took the opportunity to invite Governor Radda to attend the passing out ceremony of the Youth Corps members on the fourth of August this year.
The visit was marked by the presentation of an award from the coordinator and the NYSC community
to Governor Radda, highlighting their appreciation for his commitment to youth empowerment and the development of Katsina state.
The employment opportunities and commitment to collaboration announced by Governor Mallam
Dikko Umar Radda reflect the state government’s dedication to fostering youth development and harnessing their potential.
By providing avenues for employment and engaging the NYSC, Katsina state
ains to create a brighter future for its young population.
lbrahim Kaula Mohammed,
Chief Press Secretary to the Katsina State Governor