Thursday, 15 June 2017

Ezeemo charges UNIZIK female students to be modest

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By Gabriel Alonta

The Managing Director of Orient Daily Newspaper and Magazine, Mrs. Nneka Ezeemo has charged the female students of Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka to be modest and obedience as an undergraduate student of the university.

She made this call through the Administration Manager of the company, Mrs. Ngozi Obiogbolu, while speaking as a guest in the maiden edition of ‘Queen of Heart, UNIZIK’ held at Mass Communication Auditorium of the University.
She told the students to spend their time purposefully, adding that it is what they sow today that they will reap in the future. She reminded them that true beauty consisted within.
“Be the woman that God has created you to be by packaging yourself properly in the way you speak, dress and walk. You must be strong and learn not only how to read and write but also, to protect your womanhood”, she added.

The managing director also advised the female students to imbibe humility and obedience as true creators of God.

In her speech, Mrs. Amusi Amarachi, who is also a guest speaker urged the female students to identify themselves and the unique role they play in the society, adding that every girl should be purposeful and futuristic.
 
The initiator of the programme who is also a student of Department of Mass Communication, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Comrade Muotoh Cosmos revealed that what ignited him was his desire to impact in the society positively and because most youths are being portrayed on the bad light.

He said that most youth are not properly oriented, and that is why he undertook it upon himself to bring resource persons that would enlighten and educate the young girls.

“Beauty is not all about the facial/physical, it is all about the heart just as the name ‘queen of the heart’ indicated. Our female students should be encouraged to live a decent life and to shun vices”, he said.

In her remark, the programme coordinator, Miss Chiamaka Okafor, explained that the essence of the of the programme was to educate young ladies of their place in the society in order to push off vices like molestation, lesbianism and domestic violence, adding that most domestic violence is being caused by the female ward.

She said that the programme also, was aimed at discovering the untapped potential of female youth.


“We possess more powers more than we know and if we can use it positively by getting our male ones perform their jobs better, we won’t be having issues of domestic violence, prostitution, lesbianism and the rest”, she contended.

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