OLOGUN ASSURED OF HIS SUPPORT TO NYSC The Commissioner for Youth and Sports Development in Ondo State, Otunba Bamidele Ologun has assured of
OLOGUN ASSURED OF HIS SUPPORT TO NYSC
The Commissioner for Youth and Sports Development in Ondo State, Otunba Bamidele Ologun has assured of his support to the National Youth Service Corp.
He made this assurance during the visit of the management team of the organization to his office in Akure.
The Commissioner thanked them for the visit and affirmed his desire to continue to support the laudable activities of the organization. Being the Chairman of the Governing board of the organization in the State, he promised to look into their demands, but due to paucity of funds he encouraged them to partner with the private sectors.
Earlier in her remarks,the State Coordinator of National Youth Servicep Corp, Mrs Victoria Ani said they come to familiarize themselves with the Honourable Commissioner, she explained the structures of the scheme and equally explained the needs of the organization as follows: inadequate accommodations, proper fencing of the camp in Ikare and inadequate vehicles among others.
The Permanent Secretary, Engineer Ajibola Ogidan appreciated them saying their activities which are national assignments is never an easy task but assured them of the Ministry support.
In the same vein, the Ondo State Youth parliament visited the Honourable Commissioner in his office in Akure, led by their Honourable Speaker, Rt. Hon. Smith Ikumapayi. He said the State Youth Parliament is an offshoot of National Youth parliament to encourage Youth participation in legislative procedures.
He further explained that the Parliament is in agreement with the state House of Assembly and operates the same ways. He pleaded with the Honourable Commissioner to help them liase with the State House Of Assembly to be carried along in their activities for proper knowledge.
He also demanded for adequate office for the members of the Youth Parliament.
In his speech, the Commissioner assured them of his supports and promised to look into their demands.
Press Officer to the