Thursday 9 February 2017

Children/Teen Security And Safety Workshop Holds in Lagos

Children in Nigeria are not immune from the unprecedented security and crime challenges currently spreading across the nook and cranny of Nigeria. Nigerian children are increasingly at the receiving end of kidnap for ransom and extortion, rape, sexual abuse/assault, cyber-bullying, emotional and psychological torture, amongst others.

Are you a parent, guardian, school teacher or proprietor/proprietress worried about the reoccurring crime and insecurity of children, teens these days? How security conscious are your children, pupils and students? If your child is in danger, what steps will you take? You can never tell who is looking/ watching your children’s movement.

In furtherance of our continued passion to enlighten our children on security and safety best practices and to eliminate aforementioned threats to the wellbeing of our children, we elected to organize a children security and safety workshop in Lagos.

Parents, guardians, primary and secondary schools are strongly encouraged to participate and enroll their children/pupils/students aged 4-18 years for this one day all-encompassing security and safety workshop powered by RichFlavour Communications, producers of “Child Security” on Top Radio 90.9 FM and in collaboration with Lagos Traffic Radio 96.1 FM.

Renowned security and safety experts will be on ground to enlighten our children security and safety tips - kidnapping, sexual assault, cybersafety and cyber-bullying, response to emergency, child protection, and security and crime prevention tips for children.

Date: Saturday, 18th March, 2017  
Time: 10am prompt
Venue: Nigerian Institute of Journalism, NIJ, (Lateef Jakande House)
 8-14, Ijaiye Road, Ogba, Ikeja, Lagos

The first 100 children/pupils/students that would register for this workshop shall be entitled to a 100- page security booklet for children and guardians.

For more information, contact Mr. Richard on 08023701175 or visit our website to get more information.

Child Security…Protecting the future of our children and our country.

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