In recent times, the situation has heightened and if care is not taken, our SHS will continue to experience these bad behaviors.
A video currently circulating on social media captured the moment of two SHS students doing unthinkable things in an uncompleted building.
Check out the video below:
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— THËREÂLØNE KAY (@NE_THEREAL) OCTOBER 22, 2021
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A reflection on 2021 Nelson Mandela Day
Yesterday, Nigeria joined the rest of the world to mark this year’s Nelson Mandela International Day, also known as Mandela Day. The theme of this year’s celebration is “One Hand Can Feed Another”. The theme prioritises action against hunger and continuing fight against poverty. The Nelson Mandela Foundation calls on all Nelson Mandela Day Global Network to help alleviate hunger for millions. It highlights not only the importance of working together to build a peaceful, sustainable and equitable world but also to live everyday as Mandela Day.
The Day, observed on July 18, every year, further seeks to draw the attention of the global community to Mandela’s achievements in the areas of conflict resolution, democracy, human rights, peace, and reconciliation.
It is also a global call to action for people to recognise their ability to have a positive effect on others around them. The Day hopes to inspire people to embrace the values that Mandela shared. These values include democracy, freedom, equality, diversity, reconciliation and respect.
Many people and organisations around the world take part in many activities to promote Nelson Mandela Day. These activities include volunteering, sport, art, education, music and culture. Various events are also held on or around July 18 to honour Nelson Mandela’s works and to promote the different projects that were inspired by his altruism.
Mandela Day also celebrates a campaign known as “46664”, in reference to Nelson Mandela’s Robben Island prison number. The campaign was originally launched to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS. However, its focus expanded to broader humanitarian work. The efforts from Mandela Day support the campaign’s ongoing work and other Nelson Mandela charitable organisations.