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The Day Port Harcourt Stood Still For The African Child

The Day Port Harcourt Stood Still For The African Child

On the 5th of October 2019, Port Harcourt will come agog with the largest ever gathering of adolescent students for the Niger Delta School’s Conference tagged, “INSPIRED”, a creation of Africa Child Project and endorsed by World Humanity Commission (WHC).
“INSPIRED’ offers a great opportunity for our society to feel the pulse of our young people, adolescents, in particular, understand how they feel, what their pains are, and understanding the solutions applicable to their peculiar situations. As coming from the Project Director of Inspire Nigeria Child, Amb. Franklin Richard.
With over 100 schools, 5000 students and 1,000 families coming together at the famed Obi Wali International Conference Centre, Port Harcourt, to be part of this conference, our objective of inspiring the African child, the Niger Delta child in particular, receives a massive boost.

The Day Port Harcourt Stood Still For The African Child

The Day Port Harcourt Stood Still For The African Child

According to Ambassador Franklin, this period in the lives of our adolescents is obviously the stage where moral standards and general awareness of life are established. It’s actually the most critical stage of a child as it leaves them on a platform of “Choice Making”. Many young people have lost their paths and have made countless errors that did not just end at destroying the wonderful world they dreamed and wished for, but also have been influential in leading their peers into error.
These intangible injuries may not bear physical scars but portend a horrible threat to one’s entire future if nothing is done to redress these issues.
INSPIRE NIGERIA CHILD PROJECT is a consciously designed platform to carry out reorientation exercises for our children against the present negative chatter and the influences they are daily exposed to, using strategically developed programs to sensitize and enlighten them on ways to avoid these errors – the need for change, a better understanding of parent-child relationships, awareness of the HIV/AIDS Pandemic amongst other deadly and life threatening health related issues, Child Right Act and Civic Responsibility, the upholding of right moral values etc.
The idea and concept behind this Inspire Nigeria Child initiative aims at correcting and addressing the errors these young folks are daily faced with, the reorientation that unfavorable circumstances need not degenerate to engaging in social vices.
INSPIRE NIGERIA CHILD, an offshoot of the AFRICAN CHILD PROJECT, presents a unique lineup of informative, entertaining programs and activities, (including the 2019 Inspired Niger Delta Schools Conference), that creates a platform for the Nigerian child to challenge the status quo, using kids as ambassadors and lifestyle models to educate, inform and reach out to other children in the Niger Delta society.
The Project is a generational shift series of events essentially presented as a tour of Niger Delta States, starting from Port Harcourt, Rivers State. The Schools Conference will host a random gathering of primary and secondary school children, and their parents in each state.

  • The Day Port Harcourt Stood Still For The African Child

As this project steps into Port Harcourt, Rivers State for the first time, we are delighted to note the positive strides already being taken in the education sector by the dynamic leadership of the Governor, Chief Barr. Ezenwo Nyesom Wike, who has distinguished Rivers State as an academic haven for every economically challenged family by offering FREE EDUCATION in all public primary and secondary schools in the state. This development is in line with the objectives of the WORLD HUMANITY COMMISSION.

Expected conference participants include primary and secondary School students, Parents/Guardians, Top Government Functionaries, Corporate Organizations as well as Non-Governmental Organizations Medical and Security Agencies, Major Education Industry Stakeholders, and members of the Press.
“It is important more Nigerians show interest in the development of our society by encouraging the extension of positive influences on the young people, which this project is all about,” opines Ambassador Franklin, “we are open, and always reaching out to corporate organizations and well meaning individuals to support this great cause aimed at building a great Nigeria, and Africa at large.”
All we can say is, we can’t wait for Saturday, 5th, October 2019 to be part of engineering a wonderful future for the Nigerian Child, at the Obi Wali International Conference Center, Port Harcourt.

Ekiyor Bekeyei Hillary
Project Manager

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