Thinking beyond self: Mandy Asagba the President of African Women Lawyers Association (AWLA) warmly felicitates with its sister organisation International Federation of Female Lawyers (FIDA), the Chairperson FIDA Lagos Chinwe Efobi and the entire members of the Branch including the Chairperson of the Law week planning committee Abiola Laseinde and her team as they organize and celebrate the Law Week with the theme: ”Education as a catalyst for boosting the self image of the African child”
With the array of resource persons, I am rest assured that they’ll do good justice to the topic
Education is indeed the key to unlocking the door to timidity, ignorance and low self esteem. It unlocks the golden door of freedom for all.The bedrock of moral, social and economic development. Education is crucial and critical as it is an investment in human capital as it yields tremendous benefits at many levels and spheres:
It is beneficial and profitable for instruction, persuasion, correction, obedience, training in learning to live in conformity to acceptable norms, ethics, morals both in private and public behaving honourably with personal integrity and moral courage as well as attaining skills to produce a well rounded, complete, confident, bold, courageous and proficient, outfitted and thoroughly equipped for every good work and decency. Education is a requirement for boosting the self image of the African child and all children anywhere and everywhere. Education is the crux of decent living and good self image. #EducateTheAfricanChild
Wishing you a very successful and impactive event!
J.E. Amanda Asagba Esq.