Child Upbringing: Do Not Shirk Your Responsibility, Banigo Urges Women 

Rivers State Deputy Governor, Dr. Mrs. Ipalibo Harry Banigo, has urged women in the state not to shirk their responsibility of bringing up youths in the fear of God.  

 Dr. Banigo stated this while playing host to the Women in Business Global Resources at the Government House in Port Harcourt on Monday, 31st August 2020.

 According to Dr. Banigo, women have a lot of responsibilities which include the mentoring of our youths, because whatever affects women affects the youths.

  She however regretted that women these days are so busy that they do not have time to nurture and grow the youths in the word of God, stressing that there is a possibility of   losing a whole generation with nobody to hand over to if the youths are not carried along because when a legacy is not preserved and carried on it dies.

 The Deputy Governor who said the key of multiplication is very important disclosed that women must exhibit hard work, diligence the fear of God, integrity, enterprise, faithfulness, and must ensure that they do not despise the days of small beginnings, and urged them to do whatever their hands find to do very well as unto the Lord.

  Dr. Banigo who emphasised the importance of the Girl Child Education said “they should not get pregnant, they must stay in school to finish their education, they must fulfil their destinies and when they come out they must find what to do no matter how small it is the woman is created to do multiple tasks”

 In her remarks, the Founder of Women in Business Global Resources, Dr. Uche Juliet Ajirison, informed the Deputy Governor that her organization’s vision is to raise women of integrity and standard who are passionately committed to championing national development from the business platform.

 According to her, the Deputy Governor who has an innate passion for helping people has been nominated to be the matron of the group and expressed the hope that her wealth of experience, knowledge and leadership style would be brought to bear in the vision to help raise business awareness amongst women.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button