The National Youth Service Group on Thursday called on its employees to meet the ethical standards to intensify the fight against corruption.
NYSC Director General Brigadier General Shuaibu Ibrahim Human Resource Management Director Hajia Habiba Bapa, who is represented by the NYSC Anti-Corruption and Transparency Unit sub-units, issued a warning to local offices during the training. As well as the Regional and FT Secretariat.
According to him, the graduation is a follow-up to the NYSC Anti-Corruption and Transparency Division, which graduated in September 2021.
He said the action was taken to maintain the NYSC’s commitment to honesty, transparency, accountability and efficiency.
Ibrahim said, “We commend you for promoting diligence, fairness and integrity in accordance with the standards set by the Commission.
“For this single reason, I expect employees’ attitudes to work and general ethics to be consistent with ethical standards in matters of integrity, honesty, integrity and commitment.”
The NYSC DG headquarters has already announced the launch of ACTU, emphasizing the need to re-duplicate the section in local offices and state secretaries “where most of our staff and team members are.”
He therefore directed the ACTU subdivisions to be above the board, in line with the efforts of the head office at headquarters.
Ibrahim said the members are expected to reshuffle the Vangard Community Development Service Group in the regions for improved service.
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