By Promise Ogana
Delta State Commissioner for Higher Education, Prof. Patrick Muoboghare has admonished the outgoing 2021/2022 Batch A STREAM 2 Corps members to be self reliance.
The Commissioner stated this during a send- forth ceremony organised by the Ministry for Corps members who served in the Milnistry.
Prof Muoboghare who was represented by the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry, Dr. Anthony Nwokolobia commended the Corps members for their dedication, loyalty and determination in their service to the national in the discharge of duties.
“The State Government should encourage corps members who put in alot of efforts during the service year, if they cannot be given automatic employment, they should at least be given entrepreneurship starter packs”, he appealed.
While congratulating the outgone Corps members for a successful service year, Prof. Muoboghare advised them to stay away from crime and also utilise the core values of the civil service and experience gained while serving the nation.
He stressed that they should make friends with the right attitude, never to be materialistic and selfish in dealing with people.
Others who spoke including the Director of Higher Education, Mrs. Bridget Odobor enjoined the Corps members to put in their best in whatever they find themselves to do, even as she advised them to develop a skill and focus their potentials towards entrepreneurship development while waiting for white color jobs.
Speaking on behalf of the outgone corps members, Miss Edith Igbinedion, expressed gratitude to God for seeing them through the service year, and thanked the commissioner, the Permanent Secretary and all the Directors in the ministry for making their stay in Delta State worthwhile.
Highpoint of the event were the presentation of gifts to all the out-gone Corps members.ne Corps members.