Nigeria’s current issues are the result of the elder generation’s failure to mentor the future – CIRS
The Corporate Institute of Strategic Research (CISR) has said that the current difficulties confronting the nation are an aftereffect of the failure of the more seasoned ages to coach the young people cautiously.
Princewill Inyang, the CISR President, mentioned the observable fact in Abuja at the foundation’s corporate enlistment studio.
He mourned that as senior experts are going downhill and unavailable, the individuals who take over don’t have the foggiest idea how to handle the issues of destitution, profound quality and security in the country.
“We’re viewing at coaches and analysts that can prep others as our individuals are high-positioning officials in their viewpoint as they have dreams,” he said.
Princewill Inyang saw that there’s no adaptable ability as no one needs to change and it is the issue.
He made sense of that building the believability together to tackle a typical issue is the thing the organization is doing, focusing on that they need to hold a model for preparing young people to make them inventive to assemble appendages for administration.