By Lontong Ibrahim
Vice President, Boys Brigade of Nigeria, northwest zone, Daniel Dan’inna Attah, has urged Nigerian youths to desist from any act of Indiscipline.
He noted that the high rate of indiscipline among young people could lead to the breakdown of law and order in a society.
Attah made the call at the end of a training workshop for Boys Brigade officers of the zone in Kaduna, saying that discipline among youths was a key element to having a peaceful and growing society.
He observed that parents have a great role in ensuring their wards become responsible.
He said the essence of their gathering was to train the officers of the Boys Brigade on the need to respect constituted authorities and ensure discipline among members who are largely young people.
In their separate remarks, the keynote speaker Pastor Musa Kajan, and the Chairman of the organizing committee, Titus Awan, called on government to provide job opportunities and create the enabling environment for the teeming unemployed youths of the country so as to reduce all forms of social vices in the society.
They also appealed to parents to always strive hard in inculcating good morals on their children.
The theme of the workshop, ‘Sustaining the Philosophy of the Boys Brigade Ministry and Training the Youths against Indiscipline.’