Corps Members Encouraged to Continue to Play Active Role in the Crusade Against Corruption

The members of the NYSC Anti-Corruption Community Development Service (CDS) group of Ede North Local Government Area, Osun State have been urged to continue to play an active role in the crusade against corruption.

This statement was made by Mr. Laaro M. Sulyman, Principal Superintendent, when the corps members paid a courtesy visit to the Osun State Office of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) recently.

Mr. Laaro encouraged the corps members to imbibe strong moral values and shun corruption as they carry out their duties in their field of primary assignment.

He further urged the corps members to assist the Commission in delivering integrity lectures in schools, educating the people in their community on the need to say “No” to corruption, and organizing debate/quiz competitions among students on anti-corruption issues.

He advised the group to go a step further by embarking on anti-corruption sensitization in the market areas, participating in advocacy campaigns to mobilize support at the grassroots level; and visiting traditional rulers, community, and religious leaders to solicit their support for the crusade against corruption.

He concluded by advising the corps members to avoid all forms of fraudulent dealings while using the internet and other social media platforms.

Responding, the corps members, speaking through their president, appreciated the Commission and promised to organize sensitization for the Batch C 2021 members when they return fully from break.