FUNAAB VC decries social media obsession by youths
FUNAAB VC decries social media obsession by youths. Prof. Kolawole Salako, the Vice-Chancellor, Federal College of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), has decried the habit and obsession of youths to irrelevant fantasy on Fb and different social media platforms.
Salako, who was talking at a thanksgiving service to mark his sixtieth birthday in Abeokuta on Sunday, urged the youth to “face their books quite than fb”.
He decried the reluctance of up to date college students to studying their books and going through their research.
The don famous that as we speak youths had bastardized the optimistic influence of know-how, the social media specifically, by losing high-quality occasions on the immoral fantasy that didn’t add worth to their lives and the society.
“Not like our days after we learn and researched deeply, as we speak’s youths are keen on consulting Google for solutions to the whole lot.
“As a matter reality I began nursing the ambition of turning into a professor proper from my secondary faculty days.
“With willpower and belief in God, any youth can obtain his or her desires, no matter daunting challenges,” the vice-chancellor mentioned
Earlier in his sermon, the Pastor of Residing Spring Chapel, Abeokuta, Kayode Ojo who preached on the theme; ”Receiving God’s Energy” described Salako as a person who feared God and relied on His energy, earlier than and now, as vice chancellor.
He described the facility of God as reliable, dependable and everlasting, saying all different powers are temporal.
Taking his sermon from the Books of John 1: 2 and Zechariah Chapter 9, the cleric charged the congregation to present their all to Christ, so as to have His unrivalled energy.
The Information Company of Nigeria (NAN) experiences that particular prayers have been supplied for peace, progress and growth of the nation and for God’s steady steering, safety and prosperity of the vice chancellor and his household.