YOUTH DAY: African Youths are creative and think in terms of value addition -Ogon

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Efio-Ita Nyok|2 November 2016

1st November is designated Africa Youth Day. The incumbent Miss Bekwarra, Her Majesty Comfort Onyaga Ogon, the CEO of CLICE Foundation, who is incidentally a NYSC Corp member serving in the north of the country took out time out of her busy royal schedule to demonstrate the intrinsic mindset of the typical African youth.

For this beautiful and enterprising African queen, the African youth is creative, value-driven and possess intrinsic capabilities of identifying opportunities in the midst of daring challenges. This is royalty! Please hear her out:
'African youths are creative and; we think in terms of value addition and see opportunity where people see challenges', she observed.

Her Majesty decided to demonstrate her conviction by weaving a beautiful fabric craft —a dining table mat:
'It's Africa youth day and I made this beautiful African fabric craft; a table mat for your dinning table.'

But, Queen Ogon refused to let go this woven fabric craft without a price.
'Place your order now, set of 3 @ #5,000. #PerlD'AfriqConcepts'.

This is worth emulating!

Efio-Ita Nyok
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