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Smile On The Face Of A Child: Innoson, Zenith, Fidelity And Others Celebrate Children’s Day In Wonderful Ways





The Oasis Reporters



May 27, 2022

 

 

 

 





By Greg Abolo




Innoson Automotive Engineering Company Limited in it’s thoughtful tweet about Children’s today, is so heartfelt.

 

Innoson Vehicles are Nigeria’s indigenous vehicle manufacturers, whose vehicle Chukwuma Soludo drives as governor of Anambra State.

 

 

 

Governor Soludo’s official vehicle, built by Innoson Vehicles.

 

 




Hmmm!

Can you imagine?

Here’s a wonderful video of children, unplugged in this hilarious episode from Zenith Bank for Children.
Enjoy it:


 

 

And from the home of His Excellency, Ambassador of Truth, here’s Fidelity Bank reporting!

 

That’s a leading bank with a Mummy in charge! The Group Managing Director/CEO is Mrs  Onyeali-Ikpe.

 

 

 

 

Mrs. Nneka Onyeali-Ikpe assumed duty on January 3rd, 2021 as the Fidelity Bank Plc’s first female Group Managing Director, and so far, the results says, so good.

 

Mrs. Nneka Onyeali-Ikpe, GMD/CEO, Fidelity Bank Plc.

 

She’s indeed at work right now, as children celebrate their day.

 

 

Edo State governor, Godwin Obaseki wants parents of out of school children prosecuted.

 

 


President Muhammadu Buhari believes in widening opportunities for children to get educated.



An article by Benue born journalist and media entrepreneur Dan Agbese talks about the high level of poverty especially in the north having “a deleterious effect on educational and social development in the region. The two geo-political zones have the highest rate of adult illiteracy, the largest number of children out of school as well as the poorest level in terms of female education. The situation fosters dependence and turns the people into helpless victims of the cynical manipulation of poverty by the wealthy. Ignorance remains a big challenge. Despite the gleaming edifices of state universities, the north is not as educationally advanced as it may seem.

There might be some oases in this arid desert in which some states are trying mightily to shine through the gloom. If so, Hallelujah”.


The nation has to lift its game to render it’s obligations to the children of Nigeria who are our future.


Happy Children’s Day from The Oasis Reporters.


Greg Abolo

Blogger at The Oasis Reporters.

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