The Internally Displaced Persons in Edo State marked the Democracy Day with lectures on the importance of education as a tool for building a stronger Nigeria.
The event, which also focused on rebuilding their self-esteem, was organised by the Coordinator of the camp at the International Christian Centre, Home for the Needy in Uhogua.
One of the guest lecturers, Dr. Gary Whestone, urged the displaced persons to harness their innate potentials in order to contribute to building a stronger Nigeria. “A democracy does not work without every one of our maximum contribution. Our contribution is what makes Nigeria great and fulfil the purpose that makes it exist," he said.
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