WSO partners with NYSC to campaign for a safe environment

The World Security Organization has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the National Youth Service Corps on the need to raise awareness among Nigerians about safe living habits and a good environment.

The Chairman of the World Security Organization, Mr. Soji Olalokun, during the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding at the NYSC National Executive Headquarters in Abuja, said today that the partnership will provide capacity building in health, safety, security, environment, emergency preparedness and response, accident prevention technology, among others for Corps volunteers.

He said security emergency response preparedness is aimed at equipping Nigerians to create lifestyle habits and environment in the workplace, schools and all public places.

“The World Security Organization is designed to add success to the program through every volunteer in the Corps.

He intends to collaborate and facilitate two-day train-the-trainer activities during the orientation course for the one hundred corps volunteers who will be assigned to fifty schools in pairs, in the beneficiary pilot states of Kogi, FCT , Rivers, Edo, Lagos. and Ekiti, with the hope of covering the remaining states later,” Olalokun said.

The WSO President had previously praised NYSC Chief Executive Officer Major General Shuaibu Ibrahim for his transformational progress within the NYSC and described the program as a powerful vehicle for national development.

NYSC Chief Executive Officer Major General Shuaibu Ibrahim, who spoke through Director of Legal Services Attorney Tijani Ibrahim, provided program support to ensure the success of the partnership.

Major General Shuaibu Ibrahim, Director of Legal Services, Lawyer Tijani Ibrahim, Director of Community Development and Special Projects, Alhaji Abdulrasaq Salawu, Acting Director of Special Duties, Alhaji Musa Abubakar and some staff were decorated in as ambassadors of the World Security Organization at the event.

Emeka Mgbemena
Deputy director
Press and public relations

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