NGO task stakeholders on positive investment on Nigerian children 

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—as Baptist international School came first on spelling bee competition

 

The Founder,  Young Children Centre Point (YCCP) in Kogi state, Sadiq  Rita has called on Corporate Organisations and Philanthropists in the country to invest vigorously in projects that has direct impact on the lives and  feature of Nigeria Children.

 

Rita  who made the call on Saturday during the maiden edition of YCCP Spelling Bee Competition held at Children Amusement Park in Lokoja , said the only way children can become  leaders of tomorrow was through constant investment in programmes and projects that can enhance the knowledge and moral behaviour of Nigeria children.

 

According to her “It is high time Corporate organisations in the state should endeavour to  fund projects like the Spelling Bee  competition that have direct impact in the lives of children who are being regarded as leaders of tomorrow.

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“YCCP  is not the type of NGO  that will collect money and run away ,  we have been working since 2014 using our money . We are appealing to corporate organisation and philanthropists to come to our aid so that we can have a structure and institution that will be vibrant in attending to the need of the children and the society at large.

 

“I was motivated  to organised the Spelling Bee Competition through  observation in my place of work that most people do not know how to spell words correctly and I strongly believe that they have the challenge for long as their basic education level  was not built up on that line

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“That was why I decided to organised the spelling Bee Competition for young children in junior secondary schools in Kogi state that are coming up so that they can get used to their spelling base”

 

She added that ten secondary schools namely; Scintillate International School, Army Day Secondary School, Kogi Academy , Government Science Secondary school, Harmony Secondary School, Eagles Academy,  Redeemer International School, Baptist International School, UBE Junior Secondary School , Muslims Community Secondary School and YCCP Children participated in the competition.

 

However at the end of the competition Baptist international School came first while Harmony Secondary School took second position as Eagles Academy occupied third position.

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The winner of the went home with a Webster dictionary, six pieces of exercise books and one electric kettle. The second position also received a Webster dictionary, 6 Pcs of glassware cups and 6 Pcs   of exercise books while the third price winner went home with a Webster dictionary, 3 PCs  of glassware and 6 Pcs of exercise books.

 

The founder of YCCP who urged parents  to do more to impact values on their  children by way of inculcating honesty and moral behaviour on the children, assured that the second edition of the competition would involve more schools across the state.




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