23 November 2017

Nigerian Children Look Forward to a Secured Future

Hello Kids out there! Like I have always told you on this platform, you are special. You are always in the thought of everyone because the world has realized and come to agree that children are the future anywhere in the world. Whether a child is born in the Western world or in the under-developed world, every child will grow to rule the world.

You are the parents, the doctors, teachers, politicians, lawyers, just to mention a few, who will take over the world tomorrow. Adults all over the world have also realized that, children who are the future rulers, positively or negatively, depend on what God entrusted them with.

Although there are news all over the place of forms of abuse on children in the country, it does not change the fact that they are the future. However, be rest assured that the government, international agencies, especially UNICEF, non governmental agencies, groups and associations are working round the clock to ensure that every child is protected to reduce all forms of abuse. This is because, its their responsibility to protect children of today to become responsible and healthy adults of tomorrow.

Tomorrow, November 20, is another special day, dedicated globally to celebrate the first ever World Children's Day initiative by UNICEF. It is a day where everything is expected to be handled by children for children to help save children's lives, fight for their rights and help them fulfill their potential.

Vanguard Kiddies sought the opinion of children and suggestions on the type of world they would want to make them eager to see and live well tomorrow.


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