Zamfara Most Peaceful State, says NYSC DG

THE Director General of the National Youth Service
Corps (NYSC), Brigadier General Nnamdi Okore-
Affia, has described Zamfara State as the most
peaceful state in the country, while also asking
corps members posted to the state to be security
The Director General who made this known
yesterday at the NYSC orientation camp in Tsafe
while addressing 2012 Batch ‘B‘ corps members
posted to the state in continuation of his visits to camps in the country, said Zamfara
had track record of being a peaceful state since its creation in 1996.
“I want to urge you to respect your host community culture, religion, and dress
decently. Zamfara is the most peaceful state in the country and I want to call on the
media to tell Nigerians exactly what Zamfara is all about particularly as regards
security. It is very peaceful. Be sharp, wise and respect the traditional rulers of your
host communities,” said Okare-Affia.
While commending the people of the state for their maturity and understanding in
remaining law-abiding irrespective of political and religious differences, he called on
the corps members to also abide with the traditions, norms and laws established by
the state in order to support the peaceful co-existance between muslim and non-
muslims in the state.
The State Coordinator of the NYSC. Mrs. Ruth Bakka. told the DG that over 1940 corps
members registered with the camp in the 2012 Batch ‘B’ posted to the statg

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