The Special Adviser on Education, Castro Ezama, has called on all Bloggers in Cross River State to employ the powerful tool of the Online Media to engage our school children with the right educative and morally uplifting contents.
Mr. Ezama who stated this during a breakfast meeting with online bloggers at the E3 Restaurant in Calabar on the role of Education in Social Media said that it is imperative that bloggers use the tools of the social Media to help bring up our children educationally and morally.
The Special Adviser on Education, called on all online bloggers to work together to develop education and moral contents in their various platforms and blogs to promote the interest of our children in the social media to engage them positively.
He also explained that social media today, has a big role to play In the lives of our children, and that the aim of the meeting was to bring our bloggers more closer to government where they will assist His Excellency the Governor, Senator Professor Ben Ayade to conscientize the people for the overall development of our dear state.
The SA Education stressed that there is equally a great need for the Online Bloggers to create awareness through their various platforms on the issue of Cultism today in the society and also in our different Universities, Secondary and even down to the Primary schools.
” Cross River state is Blessed to have a Governor who is a Professor and also a Deputy who is a Professor as well and so when you have two Professors at the helm of affairs of a state like Cross River State, we should expect nothing less in Education, so the standard of Education in our state must be erected, and of cause you are the key players in this,” Ezama concluded.
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