Orientation Course: Ogun NYSC Commences Lecture Series On Security Awareness


The lecture series for the 2023 Batch A Stream II Orientation Programme commenced at the weekend as Corps Members were charged to take their security seriously to prevent unexpected security issues.

The Corps Members got this admonition during a security lecture which is an essential part of the Orientation Course by Capt Olusesan Oye (rtd) at the Multipurpose Hall of the Sagamu Orientation Camp.

Captain Oye noted that it is a very wrong idea to travel too early in the morning before the hours of 4 a.m. and travelling late in the evening.

The guest lecturer maintained that the security situation of the country is very alarming, adding that security management has become very complex, especially in the northern region of the country.

He further noted that all individuals including Corps Members and the entire citizenry are vulnerable and should hence take charge of the vital responsibility to contribute to minimizing the security crisis in the country.

“The security situations in our country have put Nigerians at risk. Security management is getting more complex and States in the northern part of the country are affected.

“We are all vulnerable and have an important role to play in securing ourselves and our workplace. Our contribution to reducing insecurity will contribute to our survival and the survival of the country entirely, ” he said.

The retired Military Officer further stressed that Corps Members should be conversant with the security condition of their workplace and be observant of things around them.

He describes cyber criminality as the rave of the moment as he enjoined them to keep their ATM and pins and passwords private.

He added, “Be conversant with the security policy of your workplace, develop confidence in checking people and be observant.



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