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The Oluwo of Iwo land, Oba Abdulrosheed Adewale Akanbi has called on parents to give their children a first class training and education that would make them fit in into any society they may find themselves later in life.

The monarch made the call at Bowen University, Iwo during a special Children Day party organised for students and pupils across the state.

Oba Akanbi, who described children as heritage of God, however, warned against giving them a half-baked education which would hinder and cripple their success and progress in life.

He, however, canvassed standard of education through solid foundation from their parents and guardians.

The traditional ruler, who said his integral responsibility as the father of all was to commit resources into making the youths socially responsible and capable of sustaining the future without blemish, promised to continually adding values to the lives of young ones.

Oba Akanbi said: “I only know I would be a king, the means, I can’t say. Though, I never doubted God, I was nobody but so optimistic with my commitment to the dream to be somebody. I was one of the contestants with lowest connection. God used his power to crown me as Oluwo.

“Don’t allow your background to limit you, face your studies and be of good conduct. Be positive and consistent, those are tools to greatness not the millions your parents have in their bank accounts.”

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