Nigerian students have once again challenged the leaders to help provide enabling environment and support necessary for them to actualize their visions
The students Kayode Folorunsho, Nafisat and Yusuf blessing who made this known during a multimedia-documentary programme organised by Oye Agunbiade of radio Nigeria at the army comprehensive high school akure noted that the future belongs to them hence government should invest more on the youths
in a remark, the senior special assistant to the Ondo State Governor on Diaspora and International Affairs, Mrs Remi Duyile who explained that the power of reading is priceless, admonished the students to look beyond odds and be determined to make it.
Principal of the school, Mr. James Olaoye described the documentary initiative as an appropriate method of teaching and called on the students to be focused and believe in themselves
in a closing remark, a youth development coach, pastor timi afeni while responding to the documentary –Gifted Hands, which was on life and humble beginning of the renowned Neuro-Surgeon, Dr Ben Carson, advised teachers to be passionate and always motivate their students as they have a role to play in preparation for their future
Earlier in a narration, the visionary Oyewumi Agunbiade said the project was borne out of the need to bridge a lacuna in school curriculum.
He challenged members of the public to make it a responsibility to visit their alma maters and leave behind a positive indelible mark