DRS Children's Day Etiquette Workshop 2015

Teaching phonics classes in different schools, I see unlikable manners in children of parents who no longer have the time to teach manners. With crammed family program and a modern-day belief of many parents that they should merely let their children be children and not be closely controlled in any way, good manners has become cruel and not allowed in many households. In the fight to teach good manners to this new generation, and as part of DRS Corporate Social Responsibility, I decided to start a free etiquette workshop for the Children's Day, designed to empower children, and youth from different schools around Nigeria to develop strong social skills that will transform them into leaders of tomorrow. These children here, learned new potentials contained in them to take control of their destiny by applying good manners.


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