Children’s Day as Nigeria Children Join their counter parts-GLOBACOM

Children’s Day: Glo Counsels Nigerian Kids On Good Manners
As Nigerian children join their counterparts across the world to mark
this year’s Children’s Day celebration, the nation’s foremost
telecommunications outfit, Globacom, has counseled them to imbibe good
mannerisms that will aide them to become responsible adults in the
future.

In a goodwill message issued from its headquarters in Lagos to mark
the occasion, Globacom advised Nigerian children to imbibe the right
virtues that would help them to achieve their desired academic goals
and evolve into their dream status as leaders of tomorrow in an
honourable manner.
The company said it was convinced that the Nigerian future is bright
because of the brilliance exhibited regularly by Nigerian children in
different fields of human endeavour, urging the Nigerian government to
intensify efforts at implementing development strategies that would
ensure the provision of basic needs for the children and secure their
wellbeing.
“Relevant stakeholders in government and private sectors, including
parents, guardians, teachers and school proprietors are encouraged to
put in more efforts in the development of children to enable them
become responsible adults in future,” Globacom said.
“We also need to work towards creating more opportunities for this
growing generation while deploying resources towards their holistic
development and survival,” the company stressed.
The message equally appealed to all Nigerian children to shun bad
habits such as lying, cheating, laziness and disobedience to parents,
and cultivate the habits of hard work, integrity and honesty. The
company said these qualities would make them great and empower them to
add value to the society.
Globacom reiterated its commitment to the development of the Nigerian
child, adding that it has developed numerous products and services
aimed at child development. ELANZANEWS.M

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