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Fadeyi Oluwaseun
Ladoke Akintola University Ogbomosho
B.tech Marketing Management
200Level, Nigeria.

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Caleb International School has called on mothers to build godly principles in their children to enhance a better society.

Speaking at an event in honour of mothers and their positive contributions in the society, the head of school, Caleb International College, Mrs Philomena Igweze urged mothers to focus on amplifying the strengths of their children.

She stressed the need for mothers to be available for their children noting that their duties to the family at large should not be neglected irrespective of choice of career or societal position.

Igweze stressed the need to limit children’s access to technology especially during school sessions to avoid distraction.

She also called on mothers to establish good relationships with their kids so they can confide in them concerning life issues.

On her part, Mrs Chinyere Isibor said there is a need for women to build the children to withstand trials.

Commissioner of police, Medical service, South South Zone, Dr. Efunsola Sowemimo emphasised the need for mothers to pay attention to their health.

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