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OSFI, partners target youths transformation via board game

The transformation of any nation is directly proportional to the quality of the thought of its citizens.

Osayuwamen Saleh Foundation International with its partners have introduced Board Games Tournament which tends to engage children between the ages of 7 and 19 to think creatively during the tournament and in extension empower them to right thinking habit for future development.

According to the founder of the Osayuwamen Saleh Foundation INT’L, Osayuwamen Saleh, “The game is part of a greater vision and the primary goal is to promote mind transformation for the younger generation and ultimately creating a new breed of Africans for positive impact. This can be achieved through a variety of strategies and mechanisms the board games being one”.

Saleh said that OSFI games is also aimed at stimulating character building, sportsmanship and promoting healthy rivalry through an active engagement of young peoples’ minds and imagination.

We are teaching our younger generation how to manage success, handle failure in their personal development.

We need to cultivate early the habit of deliberate mentorship for our younger generation who are Nigeria’s future leaders. We are provoking them to be creative, problem solvers, positive thinkers and possibilities breeders and through that way we can develop and move the Nigeria’s economy and the wellbeing of all to the next level”.

Winners of this laudable event will go home with Laptops, Tablets, and other consolidated prizes.

However, the three day event taking place at Ikeja, Lagos next month is endorsed by the Lagos State Chess, Scrabble and Traditional Games Association. Special guests of honour, Sen. Ganiyu Solomon and  Mrs Abimbola Fashola.

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