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Be The Change , Maj. Gen. Shuaibu Ibrahim To Corps Members

by Nuel Emuebie
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Another instance is when parents tell their children about how being around the bad peers can bring trouble to them, however with Youths or teens having a rebellious tendency, they never may appreciate it until they are in school and maybe attend a party with a friend or two, and while they are there, there is conflict and the police picks everybody in that location, even if they claim innocence of the act, being in the wrong place at the wrong time , will make them as guilty as others , and if they are able to survive such ordeals, they may never need their parents to tell them to stay in school anymore, because they know better and understand that is their sole responsibility to protect themselves from harm and trouble, that’s why life is a learning curve.

In all of this, I have also discovered at every attempt taken to learn something, either the easy or hard way, positions our mind set on a higher pedestal because we already know where the twists and turns will take us to, so we are very guided, we see that drivers that drive from Lagos to Benin or Warri on a daily basis can almost drive closing their eyes because they know where each gallop or maneuver surfaces, and use that knowledge to drive smoothly to their destination.

In recent news, it has been claimed that the  Director-General of National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Maj.-Gen. Shuaibu Ibrahim, has sternly warned members of the NYSC against criticising the policies of President Muhammadu Buhari and his government on Social media. This information was passed on April 6th, 2022 during the inauguration of the senior staff quarters at the NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp, in Ondo State.

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