Parents have been advised to continue to train their children in line with the teachings of religion in order to build global peace and reduce violent conflict across the world.
The leader of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jammat in Ogun State, Musiliudeen Alli made this known in Abeokuta during the holiday camping exercise organised for children between age 14 and 17.
He noted the religious organisation is using the annual programme to educate their children on spiritual development, academic and vocational training in order to make them useful and relevant in the society.
The State Chairman of the Nigeria Youth Council who represented the commissioner for Youths and Sports said the government is pleased with the programme which enhances capacity building among children and youths in the society.
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