State Coordinator Urges Corps Members to be Entrepreneurs

By Adejumoke  Alebiosu

Mr. Kehinde Aremu-Cole, State Coordinator, NYSC Anambra State, advised corps members to choose entrepreneurship over salaried jobs. The Coordinator made the assertion while declaring open the Batch A Stream ll 2021 Skill Acquisition and Entreneurship Development (SAED)training on last Tuesday and emphasized that corps members who pursues entrepreneurship are unlimited in their quest to achieve their dreams.

Mr. Aremu encouraged corps members to take use of SAED

classes as they are highly beneficial not only to themselves but to the nation at large.

Mr. Kehinde Aremu-Cole, State Coordinator, NYSC Anambra State, addressing the 2021 Batch A, Stream II corps members, last Tuesday, 25th May, 2021 at the NYSC Anambra State Permanent Orientation Camp, Umuawulu/Mbaukwu, Awka South, Anambra State

While urging Corps members to consider entrepreneurship he noted that federal government has made provision through various credit facilities for interested corps members to access capital needed to start up a business

He affirmed that certified and experienced trainers would groom corps members on the vocation of their choice.

Mr. Aremu explained that vocation sessions in camp are only introductory sessions which will he camp.

continue after the camp.

The State Coordinator expressed that at the end of the NYSC year, he would wish to witness many corps members engage in their own businesses as it would help tackle the issue of unemployment and poverty as well as their frustrations.