The Director-General’s second day in Kogi State began with an interview at the Kogi State Broadcasting Authority, where he highlighted the state’s strategic location and abundant mineral resources, emphasizing its potential as a hub for a Nigerian port and railway.

Addressing the importance of values, especially among children, he stressed the need to shield them from harmful influences and introduce citizen studies to foster nationhood and cultivate model citizens.

Quoting a Nigerian adage, “know the child of whom you are”, he emphasized the significance of heritage in guiding behavior. When questioned about previous government policies, he expressed confidence in President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s commitment to implementing enduring policies, citing Lagos as reference and examples such as the Calabar coastal road.

The visit also included a stop at Muna International Comprehensive Academy in Lokoja, where the Director-General encouraged students to be visionary, courageous, and hardworking, emphasizing the importance of character and key Nigerian values such as discipline and loyalty.

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