Adron Homes GMD, CEO Offers Insights for National Development

Adron Homes GMD, CEO Offers Insights for National Development

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Adetola Emmanuel King, the Group Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Adron Homes, emphasizes the critical role of family values in combating cultism and fostering national development.

He underscores the need for parents to revisit traditional methods of instilling sound upbringing in their children, which he believes is essential for shaping youths who contribute positively to society.

King highlights the unfortunate trend of parents failing in their responsibility to imbue their children with values that prioritize integrity and dignity, thus contributing to the proliferation of cultism and other societal ills. He attributes a significant portion of the problem to the erosion of cherished family values and the increasing prevalence of corruption in society.

Reflecting on his own upbringing and the values instilled in him during his formative years, King laments the contrast with the current state of affairs where such values seem to be fading. He stresses the importance of parents leading by example and avoiding behaviors that could tarnish the family’s reputation, a practice he believes was more prevalent in previous generations.

King’s remarks, made during the 78th Founders Day of the Remo Secondary School, Sagamu, where he serves as the national president of the Old Students Association, highlight the urgency of addressing the root causes of societal challenges like cultism. He calls for a concerted effort to revive and reinforce family values as a fundamental step towards building a better future for Nigeria, by Punchng

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