Corps member dies, NYSC boss commiserates with deceased’s family
Muhammad Fadah, National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) director-general, has commiserated with the family of Chiwendu Alago, a corps member who died recently in Bayelsa.
This is contained in a statement issued by NYSC spokesman Eddy Megwa on Saturday in Abuja.
The statement said Mr Fadah visited the deceased’s family residence in Umuahia, Abia.
According to him, Ms Alago, an indigene of Umudim Ngodo Isuochi, Umunneochie local government area of Abia, was a serving corps member in Bayelsa.
The statement mentioned that Mr Fadah urged the family to take solace in God while he prayed that God should grant them the fortitude to bear the loss.
The corps member died when her services were needed to contribute to national development, stated the NYSC.
“Kindly accept our condolences on behalf of the NYSC family,” Mr Fadah added.
Speaking on behalf of the family, the elder brother of the deceased, Chidera Alago, thanked the NYSC boss for standing by the family.
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