Beauty Queen advocates a rapist-free society
Nigerian youths have been charged to shun negative vices and cultivate habits that will make them better citizens of the country.
Speaking at a students’ symposium, Face of Idoma Tourism 2018, Miss Igbo Stephanie who lamented the rising cases of rape and sexual harassment in Nigeria said, youth especially students need to be educated on the negative attributes of such vices.
The program with the theme: No man is born a rapist, was aimed at reaching out to students to educate them on how to be better people and not rapists and teach them on the survival of sexual molestation most especially the girl child in secondary schools across the state capital.
One of the resource persons at the event Ukan Kurugh, educated participants on the societal complexities of the world and why kids need to understand that no one is born with any bad or good character.
“Our environment, upbringing, thoughts and decisions make us who and what we are.” –he said.
In his presentation, Ephraim Mashika said rape has been a very disturbing issue in the community and society at large. “The earlier we educate our kids to be leaders that they are instead of rapists the better.” He added.
The seminar which took place at Vaatia College Makurdi, featured students from various schools within the city.
High point of the event was the presentation of resource materials to participants.