Lagos – The Director-General, National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Brigadier-General Shuaibu Ibrahim has felicitated with Nigerians and Muslims, in particular, on the successful completion of the Ramadan Fast.
The DG in a statement signed by Mrs Adenike Adeyemi,
Director, Press and Public Relations urged Nigerians to align their conducts in tune with the lessons and gains of Ramadan in the drive to build a new Nigeria.
According to him, such good conducts would not only bring succour but make the country better in the collective fight against the deadly coronavirus.
The statement reads: “May the holy month of Ramadan which witnessed fasting, spiritual contemplation, as well as works of charity, bring restoration, not only to our economic, health and social systems but that of the globe at large, as we collectively battle COVID-19 pandemic and its attendant consequences.
“Management earnestly prays that the gains of the great spiritual exercise and the teachings of the Almighty Allah shall remain very visible in our individual and collective conducts, particularly that of the Corps Members upon whose shoulders the future of this country rests, to the benefit of our dear Nation.
He added: “As we celebrate this season of renewal, let us continue to observe the safety protocols of COVID-19, predicated on the use of facemask, social distancing, use of hand sanitiser and proper washing of the hands with liquid soap for at least twenty seconds.”
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