The future of a country is its young people. We cannot afford to continy to lose our children, our future to negligence of whatsoever and whoever is involved in incidents.Read More
Yes, you are the hope! You are the future! But you know what? That future the world is waiting for, is in your ‘HANDS’. The care you give to your hands determine the future as it is the cheapest way to avoid many diseases that can cut short your lives.Read More
Yes, you are stars, shining brightly for a brighter Nigeria. Let it be in you, and always walk tall knowing that you are the future the world is waiting for. Wondering how? You are the future leaders and all you are seeing and hearing: corruption, Boko Haram, herdsmen, Avengers or militants today will soon fade away but people that prepare and protect themselves now will rule tomorrow. Those ruling today started yesterday with hard work and determination to be the stars they are. You, too can start today, work hard at your studies as you know that there is no chance for failures at the top.Read More
I was having a little meltdown the other day when I saw this picture of an actual rainbow taken after a storm. It was breathtaking and so beautiful and more than just aesthetics to my eyes. It reminded me that there’s always a rainbow at the end of a storm and the mere thought of this set a cushion to my troubled mind. It’s okay to have little meltdowns every now and then because they serve to prepare us for the joys which we will experience when the rainbow finally appears; and it most certainly does.Read More
Nigerian children have been the worst hit in Boko Haram insurgency in the northern part of the country since 2009. Children, supposed to be in school are out for fear of being killed by this sect, and parents who have been lucky to be alive keep their children at home for this same reason. The trend continues as children who were better off at the Internally Displaced People’s Camp where volunteers taught them, stay at home now for the fear of being attacked.
According to Human Rights Watch report, one million children in Nigeria have little or no access to schools as a result of Boko Haram’s attacks, robbing an entire generation of children in the North East of their education.
Marking the second anniversary of the abduction of 219 female students from the Government Secondary School in Chibok, Borno State by Boko Haram without any clue, where they are and when they will be reunited with their parents should be the concern of every citizen and government .Read More
Last week’s experience of some families was not palatable as two cases of road accidents involving school children were recorded. The first one was where children were thrown out of the school bus even with four teachers in the bus.Read More
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says, in a message on the International Day for Tolerance, that the world should recognize the mounting threat posed by those who strive to divide and pledged to forge a path defined by dialogue, social cohesion and mutual understanding.Read More
Polio is on track to become the second human disease ever to be eliminated from the world (smallpox is the first) adding that Rotary has helped 194 countries stop the transmission of polio through the mass immunization of children. Funsho said as the world celebrate world polio day in a time when Nigeria has been removed from the list of polio endemic countries, there are needs to remain vigilant and ensure that all children are immunised again polio until the world is certified polio free.Read More
The All Progressive Congress, APC, Lagos Chapter has berated Peoples Democratic Party Chieftain, Chief Olabode George over his call to President Muhammadu Buhari to probe former governor of Lagos State Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and immediate past governor, Babatunde Fashola.Read More
The problem, according to the report, in the South-West that experiences a relatively high level of Vitamin A Deficiency, it is due to the style of cooking where red palm oil is usually bleached before being used for cooking, by which time the Vitamin A content would have been destroyed. So, it is SOS to South West parents to device another means of using palm oil without bleaching as the benefits to our children’s development and total growth is unquantifiable.Read More
“Secondly, government should look into the curriculum and review it and, while recruiting, recruit professionals for different subjects. English, for instance, has different aspects – literature, grammar, poetry, etc – which one teacher ought not be teaching, but if you go to these schools, it is one teacher that does the teaching. Some private schools are doing the right thing in this area and getting the desired result”.Read More
“The most important thing is that mothers need to be focused. At the initial stage when it dawned on me that my daughter had cerebral palsy at 10days old, I was devastated and didn’t know how I will live with it. My mother told me that God chose me out of thousands of mothers out there to look after the child and that if I did a good job, God will bless.Read More
For the doubting Thomases who did not believe people were kidnapped by insurgents in the northern part of the country, the rescue of over 500 people, mostly females and children, by the military has put them wrong. The rescue showed that many innocent souls have been wasted by the careless attitude of our government. Seeing the way these people are malnourished, what they went through is better imagined.Read More
Whether people believe it or not, it is better that someone dies and he is buried than for him to be lost and relations are looking for him. The trauma and unending hope awaiting the lost one can be killing. In the last one year of this global outrage, nations, including the United States, United Kingdom, France and China have vowed to help find the missing Chibok girls, yet, all went back without given any clue on their whereabouts.Read More