Popular Nigerian comedian Francis Agoda, popularly known as I Go Dye has stated in a post on Instagram on his intention to offer a full scholarship to a boy who grabbed him on stage, while performing at Harrysong’s Warri concert in Warri on April 30.
According to the I Go Dye, the boy, while holding on to him, mentioned that he would love to go to school and he is ready to make his dream come true.
Regardless of the amount paid for any labour,we should always treat the labourer with care,love and respect.Because there is dignity in purposeful labour; let’s collectively work to build our families,society and the nation of our dream through efficient and diligent service. Social empowerment can be sustained in our little , when people are given the right to speak and privilege to work,as I have often encountered with many of our youths.
Most of whom are driven by the passion to work,but with less opportunities to satisfy the teeming unemployed youths. We have to bridge the gap,in our little ways,as i use this medium to express; that i will be offering educational and motivational support to the youths who forced their way on stage in @iamharrysong #kingmakerconcert2018 Warri over the weekend,seeking support. Indeed,their faith have seen them through,
Please if you can help me reach the particular guy that said he wants to go to school,please give me his contact,because I have accepted to take responsibility and offer him a scholarship to the university that he has intention to attend. In our little ways,we can obviously build our world to the place of our dreams.
May the labour of our heroes past,not be in vain,Let us strive as a people to reduce the stress facing the youths,most especially the none payment of pension and entitlements to our aged parents, retired civil servants and ex – servicemen who have given so much to the Nation. This is the only way to inspire the younger generation towards purposeful service to our country. Happy #workersday .Amb Francis Agoda