NEWS: Kaduna Senator buys army recruitment forms for 190 youth.

The Senator
representing Kaduna
Central Senatorial Zone,
Shehu Sani, on
Tuesday, distributed
Army Recruitment
Forms and PIN Codes
to 190 youths in the
seven Local
Government Areas of
his zone.
While handing over the
forms and personally
filling out the PIN
Codes from a computer
to beneficiaries at the
Conference Centre of
the National Teachers
Institute, NTI, in
Kaduna, Mr. Sani said
the exercise is a
gesture to help
unemployed youths
from poor families
with the forms PIN
Code in order to
become useful to the
society and to directly
contribute in bringing
lasting peace and
security in the country.
He said: “20 forms will
be distributed to
youths from each of
the seven LGAs namely:
Kaduna North, Kaduna
South, Chikun, Igabi,
Giwa and Birnin Gwari,
while 50 others will be
distributed to other
parts of the state.”
He expressed his
concern that in the
past, youths especially
from his zone could
not make tangible
contribution against
current security
challenges in the
country, because they
have missed
recruitment
opportunities in
Nigerian Custom
Service, Police, Nigerian
Army, Immigration,
NSCDC, Nigerian Prisons
Service.
“I have made it a
priority that young
men and women from
my zone will never
miss any opportunity
of recruitment into any
institution and
organizations
anymore.
“So long as I am on this seat, no
insect or idol can prevent you
from achieving your goals of
becoming useful to the society.
“As a senator, I am in Abuja for
you, I will always do whatever I
can for you to have a future that
Nigeria will be proud of. This is
not a political gathering, but I
have also provided transport
and feeding for the candidates,”
he told beneficiaries.
He advised politicians especially
in the north to emulate their
counterparts in the south by
assisting youths instead of
giving then handouts.
One of the beneficiaries, Sani
Shehu, from Birnin Gwari LGA,
who spoke on behalf of other
beneficiaries, thanked the
Senator for the good gesture
and promised to be useful to the
society.

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