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Insecurity: Director urges parents to train children in godly ways



Insecurity: Director urges parents to train children in godly ways

By Vivian Emoni

Mr. Richard Nwaorgu, Service Avalanche Consults and Systems Ltd., urged parents to be proactive in training their children in godly ways in order to have a society free from violent extremism.

Nwaorgu, the organization’s director of administration and corporate strategy, made the call on Tuesday, as the company celebrated its 60th anniversary in Abuja.

He also advised parents to always pray for their children, adding that they have an important role to play in achieving the feat for society.

“As a parent, try to educate your children in a godly way, pray for them because sometimes bad friends can be a bad influence on children.

“As you do this, you also pray to God that your children will not be a bad influence on other people’s children because sometimes it goes the other way.

“Teach them the way to God, so that as they grow they do not stray from it.

“The news we hear every day is killing, I always pray for the peace of this nation. The Bible says to pray for Israel, Nigeria is our own Israel, God help this country.

“I don’t really know how we went wrong but I always believed that everything will be fine by the special grace of God, these challenges that we cannot face, God alone will take care of them for us”, he said. declared.

He thanked God for divine protection, his wife, Mrs. Uboho Nwaorgu, his siblings, his friends and all his supporters for celebrating with him.

Mr. Simeon Abuh, the organization’s general manager, described Nwaorgu as a humble, God-fearing and hardworking colleague.

“I wish him long life, God’s protection and good health,” Abuh.

Miss Kelechi Nwaorgu, the celebrant’s daughter, described her father as a peaceful and happy man and prayed for more happiness and joy for him.

According to her, my father is a very happy man, always smiling and that’s how he trained us.

“My prayer for him is that he will live to see more years of good health and huge success,” she said.

Mr. Chuks Erugo, a friend of the celebrant, thanked God for the life of Nwaorgu and prayed that God would continue to keep and protect him.

“I call the celebrant my twin brother because we grew up together and he’s a really good brother, a brother of another mother. I am happy for him and I know he will live a long time to reap the rewards of all he has worked for, ” he said.

Ms Rosemary Erondu, a younger sister of the celebrant, described Nwaorgu as a warrior and workaholic who always took all of her siblings and everyone with her.

“I thank Almighty God for his life, he is a very good brother, a caring person and today being his diamond jubilee, I pray that Almighty God will grant him all his desire”, he said. she declared. (NAA)


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