Nigerian Youths Need Attitudinal Reorientation for National Development – NOA DG
The National Orientation Agency, NOA, is taking up the campaign on attitudinal reorientation for youths.
The Director General of NOA, Dr. Garba Abari while addressing one of the campaign programs held at the Federal University of Technology, FUTA, Akure said inculcating the right values in the youths for contemporary existence would make the country achieve its desired greatness.
Dr. Abari represented by Oyo State NOA Director, Mrs. Dolapo Dosunmu posited that the get-rich-quick syndrome among youths must be discouraged by concerned stakeholders.
Ondo State Governor, Mr. Oluwarotimi Akeredolu who spoke through his Special Assistant on Youth Mobilisation, Mr. Gbologe Alex harped on engaging the youths productively to safeguard the country’s future.
In a remark, FUTA’s Vice Chancellor, Professor Joseph Fuwape represented by Dean, School of Health, Professor Ayodele Adeagbo submitted that instilling discipline and moral values in students had been the hallmark of the institution.
Earlier, Ondo State Director of the NOA, Mr. Bode Famose submitted that the national programme was designed as a window of opportunity to educate the youths on the need for attitudinal reorientation and a chance to key into the Change Begins With Me project.
Two of the young participants, Ayo Fasusi and Lola Ojo pledged to keep faith in Nigeria and impact positively on their generation.