Give your children the best Education to secure their future - Olori Atuwatse III
Olori Atuwatse III, wife of the Olu of Warri, Ogiame Atuwatse III, has charged parents to give their children the best education in order to secure their future, just as she encouraged everyone to urgently support the underprivileged children, noting that they are the future Leaders of our Nation.
Her Majesty made the call recently when she paid a courtesy visit to Clever Minds Primary School, a free Primary School for Orphans and underprivileged Children in Iyara, a slum community located in Warri South L.G.A. of Delta State.
Olori Atuwase III disclosed further that her visit was symbolic, emphasizing the need for Parents, Government and all Stakeholders to do everything possible to give children across the continent the best of education.
“Children are no doubt the living messages we send to a time we will not see and as such, it is our responsibility to equip them for the mission ahead,” She stated.
Olori Atuwatse III averred further that, “Watching these innocent children gives me an assurance that the future of Warri and by extension the future of Nigeria looks really good.”
Olori Atuwatse III who was accompanied by Prophet Tomi Arayomi and Tahmar Arayomi, encouraged, and prayed for the children, sending them into their God-ordained destiny.
Earlier in his speech, founder of Clever Minds Educational Foundation, Mr. Zion Oshiobugie, thanked Olori Atuwatse III for finding it necessary to identify with the pupils in the slum community as well as build hope in them of a better future.
Oshiobugie stated further that the School, which is one of the Educational Initiatives of Clever-Minds Educational Foundation, a Non-Governmental Organization, has made history being the first free Private School built primarily to give free education to those who cannot afford it.
Highpoint of the day was Her Majesty’s visit to the Foundation’s ongoing STEM Hub Construction Project, followed by several outstanding performances by the pupils in appreciation of the Royal visit to the school.