26-year-old Joana Nnazua Kolo, who was appointed commissioner by Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, on Thursday, passed out from National Youth Service in Jigawa where she taught at Model Boarding Junior Secondary School Guri.
Kolo, the youngest commissioner-nominee in the state’s history, is a 2018 graduate of Library Science from the Kwara State University (KWASU). See previous report here
She is set to be Nigeria’s youngest commissioner once confirmed by the Kwara State House of Assembly. Jigawa NYSC posted photos today and wrote:
YOUNGEST COMMISIONER PASSED-OUT FROM SERVICE
History is made today as Kolo Joana Nnazua passed-out from National Service. It maybe recalled that the Kwara State Governor Abdul-Razaq A. have submitted the name of 26-year-old Miss Kolo Joana among the nominee’s to be screened for commissionership in the state. At that time she was under going her National Service at Model Boarding Primary school, Guri.
With their successful passing-out today, Miss Kolo will at any moment face the Kwara State House of Assembly for her screening to be confirmed a commissioner in the state. When confirmed she will become the youngest commissioner in the country.
As an ex-Corps Member, she will not only be representing her constituency, but also the NYSC scheme and the Nigerian youths in general. It is worthy to note that from now on her activities will be scrutinised and brought to public court. Her performances during the tenure she will spend will help judge her peers.
The NYSC management, staff and entire Corps Members nationwide wish her well and a fruitful and successful tenure. ”