Founder, Mudiame University, Irrua, Edo State, Sunny Eromosele Eboh has called on Nigerians to overcome the challenges confronting the nation by contributing their quota as individuals with ideas that can move the nation forward.
The call which was made in a statement issued to newsmen in Benin City noted that the time has come when citizens need to contribute to finding solutions to the challenges in the nation.
According to him, “We all need to contribute to change our situation and better impact our lives positively. History shall only be fair to us if we navigate our way towards changing those negative circumstances and our failures into opportunities and this can only be achieved if we contribute our quota.”
According to the Chief Executive Officer of Mudiame Welding Institute Limited who is a Governorship hopeful in the 2024 gubernatorial election in Edo State, a school teacher should play his role not only by passing knowledge to the students, but by also teaching morals, conduct and what the students need to know on how to tackle challenges beyond the walls of the classroom because knowledge without morals is useless.
“The Imam and Pastor at worship centers should play their roles by addressing the audience according to their religious beliefs and also charging them with responsibility of changing themselves. Everyone has a role to play in the society.
“Individuals should not only be concerned about their children, but also address other children as their children, by bidding them to do the needful and leave out what the society does not need. That is how we will build a society of youths who can change our history. We need to take charge of our future and change ourselves to have a sustainable change from the grass roots,” he noted
According to the African Leadership Industry Achievement Award recipient, “it is everybody responsibility to choose those who must be in the corridors of government. After listening to all the promises, then, we should choose the best candidate who can fulfill those promises. Over the years, a lot of promises have been made, but always unfulfilled. What is needed are those who can fulfil those promises, someone who can steer the wheel of Edo state towards overcoming the various challenges confronting the state today.”