The Director General, National Youth Services Corps (NYSC), Brig.-Gen. Shuaibu Ibrahim, has asked Nigerians to take advantage of every opportunity given to them to offer sincere service to humanity.
Ibrahim gave the advice in Abuja on Friday at the launch of a book in his honor titled: “War, Society and Leadership in Nigeria.”
Remember that the book was presented by the Nigerian Defense Academy, Department of War History and Studies.
He said that sincere service to humanity would always bring great reward in the end.
He advised that people should strive to perform better wherever they are.
“The existence of humanity is touching lives trying to do good because people are watching and hard work pays,” he said.
The CEO said it was a privilege and an honor to receive such recognition from the department in which he worked.
Adeola Afolayan, Director Special Duties, NYSC, said the book was the product of painstaking academic research, which was a great honor not only for Ibrahim but also for the entire plan.
He said that recognition would surely propel him and the rest of them in a plan to serve Nigeria with a greater sense of loyalty, patriotism and dedication.
According to Afolayan, Ibrahim has focused on updating his vision of the plan’s mandate by relentlessly pursuing his policy.
“Ibrahim is an epitome of hard work, foresight, honesty and humility,” he said.
Professor Okpeh Okpeh, president of the Nigerian Historical Society, who reviewed the book, said Ibrahim had shown an uncommon passion for the success of the plan’s mandate.
Okpeh said the goal of the plan was to build a healthy civil relationship in Nigeria. (YAYA)