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Morals Path Foundation trains teachers on civic education for children

A non-governmental organisation, Morals Path To Follow Foundation, has commenced the training of volunteer teachers as part of its efforts towards promoting morals and civic knowledge among the younger ones in the society.

Flagging off the training in Abuja at the weekend, the Coordinator of the Foundation, Mr. Chikezie Allwell Chinkata, urged the volunteer teachers to see the programme as their contributions to checking social vices and building a progressive society.

He noted that if the young ones imbibed morals and civic knowledge early in life, the chances of their indulging in crimes as adults would be minimized.

The Foundation intends to kick-start the programme with 60 experienced and professional volunteer teachers already teaching in various schools, who after the orientation training, will train more volunteer teachers.

Chinkata explained that the volunteer teachers would be attached to schools where they will propagate morals and civic knowledge; while the Foundation intends to publish and launch books on Morals and Civic Knowledge, beginning in 2022.

The Foundation also plans to conduct National Quiz Competitions, starting with one in Imo State, to be held on 21st of January, 2022, and to be extended to other States within the year.

Speaking on behalf of the volunteer teachers, Miss Miracle Nnaji from Enugu State, who is a teacher in one of the private schools in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, expressed her readiness to participate in the programme as her contribution to helping younger ones and humanity.

In his goodwill message on the occasion, the Chairman, Board of Trustees of the Foundation, Major General Collins Remmy Ugo Ihekire (rtd), expressed joy on the commencement of the programme and prayed for God’s blessings to enable the Coordinator of the Foundation achieve immense success.

Written by ExpressDay

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