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Monday, July 24, 2017

Acting President Osinbajo Advises Children On Holidays To Learn New Skills

Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has advised children currently on holidays to learn something new outside academics.

Speaking in Lagos on the sideline of the 60th birthday thanksgiving service of Salami Ololade, a pastor, Osinbajo said he wished he learnt carpentry while growing up.

He said it is important for children to learn something that could have an impact on their lives and their communities in new fields of technology.

“It is a long holiday, it is a great time to do something new,” he said.

“Those who like to learn a skill, whatever skill that may be, should learn it. I wished that when I was growing up I learned even carpentry.”

Edited from The Cable.

*Sir you can still learn oh..Never say Never!


  1. That's the best.

    Self Entrepreneurial.

  2. It's a good one. I intend to engage my kids with something productive every holiday. Not all thirst nonsense traveling up and down to disturb people in the name of holiday

  3. I wish I learnt tailoring when I was still applying to be admitted into the university. I will still go for it anyway.

    1. Princess Scheherazade24 July 2017 at 10:14

      Me too.
      I bake though and I taught myself that, by trial and error plus info from the internet. So I'm thinking of doing that with sewing too.

      I have so many fabrics at home but I'm reluctant to give the tailors cos they always mess it up.
      My wardrobe is full of clothes that I wore once for the occasion they were made for and never after that. It's really annoying and I keep dashing them out when people come over.

  4. Yes skill acquisition is the real and profitable thing in the country now. Everyone should learn at least one skill.

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  5. I wish i learnt too

  6. Wish i learn how to braid salon work and tailoring.. Making beads


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