-By: Theophilus Femi Alawonde
Com. Oluwakemi Ademola Aremu, at the awareness organized by Abdusalam Abubakar Hall Press, urged participants to re-engineer the Nigeria everyone wants to see, by being part, and also drawing others to be part of the Giving Back Tribe in the cyberspace. The tribe, as explained by the activist of more than 30 years, is one which constitutes people who feel they should, in their respective fields, give back, and make contributions that would help the world get better. Speaking further, Com. Oluwakemi said the call to activism is one that burns in everyone, and activism is a career to no one. The awareness programme, tagged Mwingiliono, was in conjunction with the Institute of African Studies Students’ Association (IASSA), and it was centred on Child Injustice, with poetry performances, movies, lectures and discussions aimed at enlightening participants on the sufferings of the child and the need to arise to the situation. Present at the event were IASSA President, Mr. Richard Oluwafemi, UCJUI Vice-president (Administration), Miss. Robiat Ogeroju, AAHPO alumnus, Mr. Oladeji Nurein, IASSAPO Editor-in-Chief, Miss. Odesanya Adesayo, Com. Oluwakemi Aremu, and a host of others.
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