Driven by the passion to inspire others, especially the younger generation, the CEO of Sri Global Ventures, Babatunde George Ojo, popularly known as Sri George, has declared that improving Nigeria education sector from the grassroots is the solution to the diverse vices among the youths.
He continued: “Charity begins at home; to solve the problems of this country, we need proper parenting, viable religious doctrines, as well as, an encompassing educational curriculum that teaches everything that count in life. Teachers have to engage the students with intense brainstorming, optimum attentiveness, knowledge of etiquette and the use of imagination. These are the ways to go with raising these young ones, such that when they grow up, they become better human beings and a sense of pride to not only the family but, the entire society” he said.
As a holistic psychologist, Ojo has over the years sponsored and supported transformational programmes on radio and tv stations across the country, with the aim to imbibe positive change in the society.Read more: The Guardian Nigeria
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