To gradually eradicate laziness, youth delinquency and other vices among youths in the society today, there is urgent need for parents especially women to lead their children on Godly paths.
Ogun State Chief Judge, Hon. Justice Mosunmola Dipeolu disclosed this while receiving the Association of Women in Technical Education and Employment (WITED), Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta (Mapoly Chapter) in her office at the State Judiciary Complex, Abeokuta.
Hon. Justice Dipeolu explained that to enjoy the fruit of their labour as parents, teachers or guardians there is need to continue praying for our wards than worrying.
“To assist our children and lead them on the right path we need more prayers for our children “His Lordship emphasised.
The Chief Judge further assured the visiting executives of WITED of her support in its quest to maximize the potentials of women in technical education.
Earlier, the Vice- Chairperson of the Association of Women in Technical Education and Employment (WITED), Mapoly Chapter, Dr. (Mrs) Abidemi Taiwo explained that one of the aims of the Association is to encourage women to engage in all fields of endeavours without gender discrimination, to work for greater integration of women in technical programs as well as maximizing women potentials in the society.