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Lawyer calls on UN to help families build up moralities

By Angela James,

The United Nations has been called upon to as a matter of fact and urgency help families around the world to build up moralities.

A Benin-based legal practitioner, Mr. Nicholas Osadolor made the call while speaking with our correspondent on the importance of family as a unit of society.

He observed that “the way and manner we are going; it looks as if the United Nations itself is now arguing with moralities”.

Mr. Osadolor expressed the belief that there would be a good society, once there are good families and called on the government to live up to expectations by providing basic amenities, Jobs and other necessities of life to citizens.

The legal practitioner who works with the National Human Rights Commission, NHRC, revealed that most of the cases they attend to in the commission are family-related issues.

“Marriages are having issues, separations and the root cause has to do with the economy. A family where there is no money; people cannot feed well, there is bound to be chaos” he stated.

While referring to two secondary schools in the Benin metropolis known for cult activities, Mr. Osadolor decried the rate at which students of secondary school engaged in cultism and called on the government to take necessary steps to checkmate the trend.

He called on the government to try as much as possible to remodel schools to encourage teachers and enhance learning.

The legal practitioner expressed displeasure over the number of homeless children parading the streets of Benin City, noting that such children would grow up to constitute nuisance in society if nothing is done to checkmate the situation.

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He called on parents to try as much as possible to raise their children in the right way, despite the harsh economic situation in the country.

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