The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has charged students to make conscious efforts to be the change they desire to see in Nigeria.
This charge was given by a Principal Superintendent of ICPC, Mr. Afolabi Oluwatoyin Kolawole during a sensitization exercise, which was held recently at Government Girls Secondary School, Oromineke, in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
While delivering a paper titled: Fight for your Dreams and your Future, Mr. Kolawole told the students that a better Nigeria was possible if they would imbibe the virtues of sound work ethics, honesty and integrity.
He went on to elucidate some of the ills associated with corruption and encouraged them to fight the menace in their little way by doing the right things always especially by shunning examination malpractices.
A major highlight of the event was the inauguration of ten new members into the Anti-Corruption Club of the school.
In her vote of thanks, the Principal of the school, Mrs. Blessing Amadi expressed her appreciation to the Commission for the event and pledged the readiness of the school to continue to cascade the integrity teachings to the students at every given opportunity.