Tinubu affirms commitment to Nigerian children’s future on Children’s Day

In a special message marking this year’s Children’s Day celebration, President Bola Tinubu reiterated his administration’s unwavering commitment to providing Nigerian children with a solid foundation for realizing their dreams.

In a statement released by his media aide, Ajuri Ngelale, President Tinubu celebrated Nigeria’s children as the bearers of the nation’s torch into the future.

He extended his felicitations to parents, guardians, and families nationwide, emphasizing the importance of reinforcing the family unit as a bastion of values such as honesty, modesty, hard work, and charity.

President Tinubu stressed the pivotal role of the family unit in shaping society, highlighting the need to preserve principles that contribute to a wholesome, nurturing, and thriving nation.

He affirmed that society is a reflection of each family’s collective values.

The statement read, “President Bola Tinubu celebrates Nigeria’s children, the bearers of the nation’s torch into the future, on the special occasion of Children’s Day.

“The President rejoices with parents, guardians, and families across the nation, and calls for a reinforcement of the family unit as a place where the sacred values of honesty, modesty, hard work and charity are passed down to the shining lights of tomorrow.

“With increased investments in education, and the recent overhauling of the entire education system to provide both human and material resources for learning, as well as the efforts of the National Commission for Almajiri and Out-of-School Children Education to get the nation’s precious gifts off the streets, the President emphasizes that his administration will continue to expand access to qualitative education for all Nigerians.

“Tinubu reassured the nation of his commitment to ensuring a safe and secure ambience of learning for the children while improving the standard of education.”

The statement underscored President Tinubu’s administration’s commitment to bolstering education in Nigeria.

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