[Community Development Service] Inyishi/Amaimo CDS group took sensitization to St. Valentine’s Group of Schools, Amaimo

[Community Development Service] Inyishi/Amaimo CDS group took sensitization to St. Valentine’s Group of Schools, Amaimo

On Thursday, the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC)  Inyishi/Amaimo Community Development Service (CDS) group, in Ikeduru local government area, Imo State took their sensitization to St. Valentine’s Group of Schools, Amaimo.

The topic was
SERVICOM.

SERVICOM is an acronym derived from the words SERVICE COMPACT. Compact is a formal agreement between two or more people. In this case SERVICOM is a Service Compact (Agreement) between the Federal Government including all its organs and the Nigerian people.

Why Service?
The quality of public service delivery.
Improving service delivery.

The need for Servicom:
_ To review service delivery in Nigeria
_ Examine institutional environment for service delivery
_ Reflect on people’s views and experiences and
_ Draw road map for Service Delivery Programme for Nigeria

Areas key service delivery should cover in Nigeria:
Business registration ( Corporate Affairs Commission)

Passport office (Nigerian Immigration Service)

Immunization

Government Hospital service delivery

National Electric Power Authority (NEPA) also known as Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN), now called Electric Distribution Company (EDC).

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So far so good, has this government made anything meaningful in service delivery?

BROAD OBJECTIVES OF SERVICOM
Among the major objectives of SERVICOM include:
To provide quality service to the people
To set out the entitlement of the citizens
To ensure good leadership
To educate the citizens (customers) on their rights
To empower public officers to be alert to their responsibilities in providing improved, efficient, timely and transparent service.
Service to humanity, leadership and humility

It was purely an interactive session between the pupils and students. Both primary and secondary section of the school participated actively.

Trying to break it down the more for the students, the corps members that were present talked about

SERVICOM
alongside
Service to humanity, leadership and humility.

They equally discussed on
Leadership.

“We are all leaders in one way or the other.
Leadership is the action of leading a group of people or an organization, or the ability to do this.”

‘Humility’ was not also left out.

“Ways Humility Can Make You A Better Leader:
LET PEOPLE DO THEIR JOBS,
BE OPEN TO OTHERS’ OPINIONS,
TEND TO OTHERS’ NEEDS,
ADMIT MISTAKES,
ACCEPT AMBIGUITY,
SELF-REFLECT.”

Since they were children,
‘Service to humanity’ was touched a bit.

“Thinking about others before yourself is very important in the journey of life, no matter the situation and circumstance.
Helping others achieve their dreams is equally a must for us all if and if, we Want our dreams achieved as well.

Selfless services.

Bringing hope to the downtrodden and the disheartened.

 

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Loving one another.”
and many more were dished out to the pupils and students present.

The teachers, principal and the proprietor were very grateful for the sensitization.

In appreciating the corps members for coming to their school, the staff and management of St. Valentine’s Group of Schools, Amaimo gave a very sumptuous refreshment to all the corps members.

Those corps members that turned up from Inyishi/Amaimo CDS group were:

Justus N. Nwani whose Primary Place of Assignment (PPA) is Archbishop Pepple Junior Seminary (A.P.J.S) school, Inyishi.

Fakuoroye Moyinoluwa D.
whose Primary Place of Assignment (PPA) is St. Valentine Group of Schools, Amaimo.

Bekeowei Peremobowei
whose Primary Place of Assignment (PPA) is Archbishop Pepple Junior Seminary (A.P.J.S) school, Inyishi.

Ohaju Evans
whose Primary Place of Assignment (PPA) is St. Valentine Group of Schools, Amaimo.

Eruemuare Goodnews Andrew also known as SIR A-ONE
whose Primary Place of Assignment (PPA) is Archbishop Pepple Junior Seminary (A.P.J.S) school, Inyishi.

Agba Nnamdi Samuel
whose Primary Place of Assignment (PPA) is Umuoziri Technical Secondary School, Inyishi.

Ibe Glory C.
whose Primary Place of Assignment (PPA) is Archbishop Pepple Junior Seminary (A.P.J.S) school, Inyishi.

Chukwuma Emmanuel O.
whose Primary Place of Assignment (PPA) is Archbishop Pepple Junior Seminary (A.P.J.S) school, Inyishi.

Inyishi/Amaimo CDS group was created alongside the many CDS groups for effective community development service(s). Inyishi/Amaimo group is equally part of the various groups the amiable Ikeduru Local Government Inspector (LGI) Mrs. Ugwuh M.C. created for all villages and towns to be well covered.

 

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