By Margaret John
A child right activist, Mr. James Okina has said that children in Cross River state public schools deserve not just free but qualitative education.
Mr. Okina while speaking on ‘The Dialogue With Agba Jalingo’ Sundays, on Hit 95.9 fm in Calabar added that today’s children are the service providers of tomorrow and should get the best of education.
Mr. Okina who is the Founder and President of the Street Priests, a non-governmental organization that focuses on the welfare of street children in Calabar, affirmed that the direct impact of neglecting the child falls on every member of the community; the government as well as the individuals.
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