Experts Groom Girls With Entrepreneurship, Vocational And Etiquette skills, By Cleopatra Eki }{ The Scoper Media

 

    Mrs Adebimpe Adeniyi, founder Firm Academy Foundation has advised girls to embrace self discovery journey and acquire vocational skills, collaborate and networking with others at this digital age.
Adeniyi special guest, made the call at Kiddies Mirror lnitiative, 4th Edition of girls event with theme “lnvest in Girls Rights, Our leadership and Our well-being” held in Lagbasan Ajah Lagos.

She urged them to carefully explore and develop their potentials to the fullest , emphasizing the significance of vocational education and networking together as team is necessary.

The interactive event attracted clusters of girls from 13-17years from different schools, tribes, background, class and cultures. Other topics discussed were on hygiene & mental health, etiquette, Basic French language, hair making. Leadership and self discovery journey.

She urged them to use the social media diligently since the fast-changing digital devices and space have provided learning and business opportunities to boost their visions and dreams.
The teenage girls participated in the practical production of Buns, donuts, chin-chin, Puff -puff and were taught how to start small business from home with the supervision of their parents.
Mrs. Rosberg Micheal Ezebuno, phonology Consultant and Human &Child’s rights expert taught the girls on personal hygiene, hairs- care, decent grooming and keeping their environment clean from all form of pollution.

She advised them to guard their mental health by avoiding negative thought or intentions that can ruin their dreams and aspirations now or in future.
Ezebuno also canvassed strict legislations against rape, sexual harassment and uphold child’s & human rights and advocate for proper resolution of conflict in homes and society.

Tusi Onoyona Etiquette coach and teacher, spoke on “Etiquette & Leadership”.Onoyona emphasized on how to sit, eat, laugh, sleep, speak and comport themselves at home and public. She also taught the girls some interpersonal and intra personal skills to make the society a better place.

The participants were taught right leadership values to enable them think and grow to become the kind of leaders Nigerians need- she said.

Blessing Esu, French language coach and teacher emphasized that language is an interger part of human life, learning a foreign language like French can bring a lot of opportunites for the girls as interpreters, translators, teachers among other benefits.
According to her, using modern tools to learning new languages could expose, enhance and develop their skills by adding value to themselves and the larger society. Esu also taught them French basic greetings and song.

She noted that technology has contributed a lot to aid education not only for children in urban areas and communities, as there are now numerous innovative means to deliver it.
In her vote of thanks, Felicia Owolo, Kiddies Mirror Programme Cordinator, appreciated sponsors and partners, organisations Folio Tech, Firm Foundation Academy, Bergson Educational Consult , Chief Falana B&B plaza and others for making the event a success.

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