Sat. Jun 22nd, 2024


Prof Gregory Ibe, founder, Gregory University Uturu, Abia State has enjoined appropriate government Ministries, Departments Agencies to enact and implement relevant cyber security policies geared towards protecting our young people from the nefarious activities of internet bullies, scammers and phishing attacks.

In a goodwill message to the Abia State and Nigerian Children on the occasion of the annual May 27 Children’s Day, made available to our correspondent by Pastor Sleek Ogwo, his media aide, Prof Ibe, who is also the Member Ohanaeze Ndigbo Presidential Advisory Council, called for a continued effort geared towards exploring and articulating strategies that could help safeguard children against the myriad risks associated with our increasingly digital lifestyles.

He urged the children to stay committed to their goals, remain open to learning and growth, and continue to inspire positive change in their different communities.

The release partly read, “As we celebrate this year’s Children’s and Youth Day, I want to acknowledge and appreciate the boundless potential, creativity, and resilience that each young Abian embodies. Indeed they are the future leaders, innovators, and change-makers of our great state and nation.

“In line with the theme of this year’s celebration,”Protecting the Nigerian Child from the Dangers of Online Technology”, I want to encourage young Abians to be circumspect about their internet activities, applying wisdom and tact in chosing and picking which sites and social media platforms to interact with. 

“As the full embodiment of the aspirations and promise of a greater and better Abia, I encourage Abia youths  to  keep shining, keep striving, knowing that they have the support and belief of the older generations ahead of them”.


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