NATIONAL ORIENTATION AGENCY (NOA) JOIN FORCES WITH KOMMON SENSE TO KIC NIGERIA
Tuesday 15th September, 2015, marked a turning point in Victor Prince Dickson’s Kommon Sense revolution; the movement to
empower humanity, especially youths to think critically, strategically and creatively based on values, ethics and morals. The vision got a big boast with the formal endorsement and support from the National Orientation Agency (NOA), Plateau State.
According to the State Director of NOA in Plateau State, Mr. Bulus S. Dabit, who received the KIC Nigeria sub-team during a courtesy visit, “It is glad news to know that in our society today people still believe in morality, especially when it is championed by young people. I am happy that you referred to us as the face of morality, because we have the mandate to coordinate and facilitate the issue of morality”.
He bemoaned the art that has come into killing, where people are trained, prepared and funded to kill, where people mobilize and set agenda for killing, this was with particular emphasis to the Plateau killings and killings around Nigeria, while also condemning the primitive looting that are reported in the newspapers.
For him, education without morality is “building capacity for destruction of society”
He further stated that ‘Doing the right thing is Kommon Sense’, unfortunately doing the right thing is not common.
The sub-team was led by Oge Anyaji, who is the co-ordinator of KIC Nigeria, the graphic designer of Kommon Sense as well as the Head of Operations, El-Spice Media Group, Publishers of Kommon Sense franchise. Other team members include the C.E.O of Zonehouse, Mr. Edwin Paul, the C.E.O of Ebylon Global, Ebere Ilonu, and Ifeoma Osborn Nkume, a KIC Nigeria Volunteer.
In response to Oge’s call for critical and moral empowerment, the State Director promised to throw his full weight behind the project to moralize our learning process. The discussion was so viral that it gave birth to more platforms for engagement.
We will keep you abreast of latest development as the project unfolds. In the mean time, we are most happy to drum support and mobilize encouragement for the KIC Nigeria project, which is set to be officially unveiled on the 30th of September 2015, at the Eagle Valley Suite, West of Mines Junction, Tafawa Balewa Street, Jos – Plateau State. You can visit www.kicnigeria.blogspot.com for more details or call 0803616128, 08039666491.