As children all over the world marked their day on 27th of May, Mariam Ashley Yusuf Foundation hosted children from different primary and secondary schools in Abuja.
This year’s celebration is the 3rd edition of the Foundation’s children’s day party and the colorful event attracted notable personalities. The occasion was graced with the presence of Sir Cyril Stober of NTA, Mr Salis Abdulsalam (CEO face of peace, displaced women and children) from Jos, Mr Solomon Nda-Isaiah (executive director of LEADERSHIP Group Limited and The Governor of PMAN), Mr Michael Magaji (CEO Renaissance Media).The DG of NAPTIP was ably represented.
The students from different schools thrilled the audience with different performances which did not only entertained the audience but also educated them.
While commemorating the children’s day, the speakers urged the parents to ensure utmost care and keen interest in the upbringing of children as the children listen to the advise of their parents. They also added that children should be taken seriously and ensure they are well trained so as to prepare them for the future.
Sir Cyril stober advised the children to be obedient, respectful and always read their books and by so doing, they will excel in all the do.
Also, Salis Abdulsalam applauded the foundation’s commitment towards peace building while congratulating the students on their day.
The Representative of the DG of NAPTIP wasn’t left out. She gave the students a brief insight about NAPTIP and as young boys and girls, they should be careful with people around them and also report funny cases.
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