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has approved the appointment of Brigadier-General Mohammed Fada as the new Director-General of the National Youth Service Corps.

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Fada, from Yobe State, will take over from Major General Shuaibu Ibrahim who spent two tenures.


A source made this known to our correspondent on Tuesday.


“The Federal Government has appointed a new Director-General for the NYSC; he’s Brigadier General Mohammed Fada from Yobe State. He was in NYSC on Tuesday and has been briefed by the outgoing DG, Major General Shuaibu Ibrahim.


The Buhari led Federal Government has approved the appointment of another Director General for the National Youth Service Corps.

The appointment came after the expired of the tenure of the outgoing DG.

The was a farewell parade for Shuaibu Ibrahim yesterday.

The new DG is Brigadier General Mohammed Dada, who hails from Nasarawa State.

After the farewell parade, Ibrahim will come and hand over and leave. It is good that when you’re leaving, it should be tears of joy and instead of people praying, ‘let this stupid go’ and tenure of three years will be like 20 years,” the source said.

Ibrahim, a native of Nasarawa LGA in Nasarawa State, is an Associate Professor of History and War Studies at the Nigerian Defence Academy.


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