SPORTS

10 NYSC Members Head To India For Youth Exchange Program From Abuja

On Sunday, ten members of the Nigerian National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) will embark on a journey from Abuja to the Republic of India, participating in a Youth Exchange Programme organized by the Indian National Cadet Corps.

This annual event, celebrating India’s Independence Anniversary, draws youth from diverse continents such as Europe, Asia, and Africa. Brigadier General YD Ahmed, the NYSC Director General, conveyed appreciation during the pre-departure briefing at the Indian High Commission in Abuja, expressing gratitude for the second opportunity for Nigerian youths to partake in this program.

“We are deeply honored to receive this invitation, and we see it as another chance to highlight the capabilities of Nigerian youths as well as to understand our socio-economic parallels and divergences with India,”

 “The NYSC is dedicated to promoting unity and development, and we remain committed to forging partnerships that support our noble goals.”

General Ahmed emphasized that the experiences garnered through engagements with the Indian National Cadet Corps would contribute to improving NYSC’s programs. He urged the chosen Corps Members to embody exemplary conduct, upholding the Core Values of the Scheme while representing Nigeria.

During his speech, the Indian High Commissioner to Nigeria, Shri Balasubramanian, underscored commonalities between Nigeria and India, such as significant populations and diverse cultures.

…………

Note : To submit Press Releases, Statements, and Advert Inquiries for publication on Waffi blog (website) or Television 📺, please use the following contact details: You can send an email to info@waffitv.com or reach us via Whatsapp at 07068286500

Related posts

Kane Hits Hat-Trick As Bayern Thump Dortmund To Keep Pace With Leaders Leverkusen

Waffi Tv

Tobi Amusan Wins Stockholm Diamond League Women’s 100m Hurdles

Waffi Tv

AFCON 2023: Nsue Hat-Trick Sends Equatorial Guinea Top Of Group A

Waffi Tv

Leave a Comment