Delta State

Ministry Of Justice Charges Outgoing Youth Corps Members To Be Good Ambassadors

Rita Enemuru, Reporting

The Solicitor-General/Permanent Secretary Ministry Of Justice Asaba Delta State, Omamuzo Erebe Esq, has charged outgoing youth corps members to continue to be good ambassadors of the Ministry of Justice in their future endeavours.

Erebe gave the charge while addressing Batch B, Stream 1, corps members who recently passed out from service at a send-off party in the ministry.

He applauded them for the exceptional roles they exhibited throughout their service year, describing them as the best set of youth corps members posted to the ministry.

He stated that they displayed a high degree of intelligence and dedication to duty during their service year.

The Solicitor-General said the set of corps members was the best ever posted to the Ministry of Justice, claiming that they displayed higher degree of diligence and dedication to duty as their service year lasted.

Mr Erebe emphatically singled out and lauded one Miss Ajetunmobi Oluwapelumi Grace for her dexterity, resilience, dedication and commitment to duty.

Some management staff, who spoke at the occasion, lauded the sterling qualities of the corps members with all of them agreeing that they were, indeed, very good.

Mr PO Osisioma Esq, Director of Criminal Justice Department, on his part, stated that, “the crops of corps members that we had this year, I must say that they were exceptionally wonderful.

“I have had the privilege of interacting with some of them. They are intelligent and very dedicated to their work.”

One of the commended corps members, Miss Ajetunmobi, who gave a vote of thanks after each of her colleagues had explained their experiences, commended the ministry for taking good care of them all through the service year.

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