Fayemi vows to end child trafficking in Ekiti

Fayemi vows to end child trafficking in Ekiti

By Victor Akinkuolie, Ado-Ekiti
The Governor of Ekiti State, Dr Kayode Fayemi has  assured that his administration will continue to work hard to prevent all forms of crimes  against children and humanity in the state.

The Governor vowed  that his government will not leave any stone unturned by tightening noose on the perpetrators of child labour , trafficking and prostitution through legal and robust policy formulation  in order not to destroy the lives of the country’s future leaders.

Fayemi spoke in Ado Ekiti during the 2019 edition of the Children’s Day Celebration, held across the country.

Fayemi, represented by the Commissioner for Youths, Mr. Michael Awopetu, said: “The lives and future  of our children are paramount to this government and we will spare nothing to protect them.

The Speaker, Ekiti children’s Parliament, Hon. Michael Adebanji tasked the government on the need to tackle the challenge of drug abuse among the youths.

Calling on government to employ more teachers in schools, Adebanji lauded the government for initiating school feeding programme, saying this will shore up enrolments in schools and ensure balanced diet in the nutrition of the school children.

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