NYCN Lagos East Vice Chairman enjoins Ikosi-Ketu/ Ikorodu Youth to maintain Peace ~Ajasa-Info

Describe incessant youth clashes in the society as a bane to economic prosperity.

Incessant restiveness in any part of the world would over time disrupt economic activities, cause destruction of lives & properties of not just the co-conspirators but innocent citizen. The NYCN Lagos East Vice Chairman, Comr. Abdulfatai Ajibola Are pleaded with the angered youth to give peace a chance as a peaceful society would bring about sustainable development and dividend of democracy to all inhabitants.

In a press statement release on Thursday at the end of a one day review on diverting community rehabilitation program for Child against the law which target children between the age of 10-17yrs in Somolu and Kosofe federal constituency of Lagos East, Comrade Are implore parents to revert back to the basic African values of raising children and also imbibe requisite moral values in their wards as individual homes prepare children for the society, as the first social contact of a child, Are further calls on residents to support security operatives in their roles of policing the society for communal growth.

The Program Coordinator for Green Spring Rehabilitation Home, Ilupeju, Lagos Mrs Omolara Olawoyin
task all stakeholders present at the review to be the channel through which the program can be propagated as its through the various organization present that the program can be domesticated within surveyed communities.

The review on diverting community rehabilitation program for children against the law is a UNICEF funded program for Green Spring Rehabilitation Homes in collaboration with the Lagos State Ministry of Youth and Sport development.

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