Children's Day: Our Children are our national heritage - AMORAN - THE NEW DAWN ONLINE


Thursday, May 27, 2021

Children's Day: Our Children are our national heritage - AMORAN

The Articulate Motorcycle Owners and Riders Association of Nigeria (AMORAN, Ogun State chapter) has said that good and quality education remains the best legacy to leave for Nigerian children. 

This was contained in a message by the Union's Publicity Secretary on Thursday in commemoration of the international children's day. 

Otunba Taofeek Sokoya, described children as "our most valuable national treasure" and it is therefore imperative for our leaders to recommit themselves to ensuring that all Nigerian children are empowered to achieve greatness". 

Continuing, he said "Our Union believes that there should be provision of basic primary healthcare and the domestication of the Childs Rights Act in all Nigerian States so that our children can live healthy and violence-free lives"

He however implored political leaders not to play politics with the fate of the children, urging them to leave the children wth the biggest legacy - quality education.  

He commended the Governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun MFR for not handling children's matter with levity and for his commitment towards recognising them, making reference to the recent honour and cash gifts showered on Mathematics genius, Faith Odunsi and other academic laureates in Ogun State.

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