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By: Ade Adeleke
Ondo state Governor ,Mr Oluwarotimi Akeredolu has cautioned newly deployed corps members to the state to stay away from partisan politics of their host communities to prevent unpleasant experience during their service year.
The governor also advised the newly deployed corps members to desist from acts that can tarnish the image of NYSC during their service year in Ondo State.
Akeredolu gave the advice while declaring close the orientation course and Terminal parade of 2019 BATCH-A corps members at NYSC Camp, Ikare Akoko.
Represented by his deputy, Mr Agboola Ajayi, the governor urged the corps members to let their conducts be productive and peaceful.
Governor Akeredolu charged the corps members to impact positively on their host communities and refrain from local politics.
Three serving corps members who have distinguished themselves were presented State awards alongside cash.
Before leaving Akoko area on Tuesday, the state Deputy Governor distributed relief materials including building materials worth millions of naira to victims of the recent rainstorms in Ikare and Supare Akoko to cushion the effects of the natural disasters.
Distributing the materials, governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu represented by Deputy Govenor Agboola Ajayi said the distributed materials were the starting point to help the affected victims.
Akeredolu pleaded with the victims to judiciously use the materials for the purpose they are meant for.
Thanking the efforts of Governor Akeredolu, the Olusupare of Supare, Oba Adejoro Adedeji gave the assurance that the materials would be thoroughly given out to the affected persons.
Two weeks ago a rainstorm ravaged the Akoko land which affected about seven hundred buildings.