Seadogs takes 'girl's-child education to Kwara rural school - NEWS FRONTIER DAILY


Sunday, December 11, 2022

Seadogs takes 'girl's-child education to Kwara rural school

By Our Correspondent

National Association of Seadogs  (NAS) otherwise known as Pyrates Confreternity has taken campaign for promotion of Girl's Child Education to Government Secondary School, Afon in Asa local government area of kwara state where it inspired the girl child that they could be great in life citing  world class examples of female personalities  . 

The association also donated free writing  materials to female students and advocated for free education from primary to secondary schools in the country. 

The campaign was part of activities lined up to commemorate the 70 years anniversary of the formation of the association in Nigeria.

Captain of the deck, Engineer , Adeolu Sayomi in his address at the occasion said members of the association were out to inspire the girl child in the rural communities to embrace education. 

He said the female students have the capacity, capability and  competence to be successful in life like other world class female leaders,only that they need to be educated  and be determined  to achieve their goals  in life. 

He said the association was also keen at ensuring that girls child have equal opportunity  to access quality education with  their male counterparts in line with SDGs 3 and 4.

Sayomi urged the students to speak out in case they suffer any form of abuses.

Speaking on the topic "Girl's Child Education in Nigeria" , former Consultant with DFiA, Dr Aderemi Medupin, advocated free education from primary to secondary schools in public Schools in Nigeria.

He shared pictures and qoutes of many national and world female  leaders to inspire the female students  that being a girl child is not a barrier to attaining any feats in all disciplines  including military, acdemicc; politics , sports and entertainment.

The University Don therefore urged the female students to dare to succeed in life,stressing  that they are the only barrier to their own success in life.

Vice  principal of the School, Mrs  Olawuyi Omolara counselled the students to prioritise their education first amongst other wishes

"There is time for everything , you should first wear the Academicc gown followed by  wedding gown before maternity gown ", she said 

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