We are teaching our children to worship God while they teach theirs to be gods - Nigerian lawyer writes on visit to South Korea

We are teaching our children to worship God while they teach theirs to be gods - Nigerian lawyer writes on visit to South Korea

- A Nigerian lawyer, Firsts Baba Isa, who visited South Korea noticed the disparity in what is taught to Nigerian and South Korean children

- He reveals this is why the South Korean children are more advanced in science and technology than the Nigerian children

- Firsts had visited South Korea in 2016 for a course

A young Nigerian lawyer, Firsts Baba Isa, who visited South Korea in 2016 claimed the journey was an eye opener to him.

FBI as Firsts Baba Isa is popularly known revealed that he had gone to South Korea for a course but learnt more than he paid to acquire.

He took to his Facebook page to call out Nigerians who he claimed only teach their kids how to speak in tongues. He noted that Nigerians don’t teach their children the quality of education that will make them stand shoulder high with their contemporaries in the bigger world.

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See his post below:

Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had reported the story of a talented young boy for his own invention. According to reports, he built a stunning and unique automobile. A Twitter page shared the good news, asking people if they would purchase the unique automobiles as the inventor needed genuine feedback

In a related story, it was also reported that 28-year-old talented young man, Shehu Saleh Balami. He is the inventor and designer of the world’s first ever solid fuel rocket.

READ ALSO: Two FUTA students invent a health device that can reduce the risk of blood clot

He was reported to have studied mechanical engineering from the Federal University of Technology (FUT) in Minna, Niger state and launched his fuel rocket in 2008. The launching took place in Kaduna. Balami has been involved in the making of rockets since the year 2000. And in 2008, he manufactured his first rocket, which he later modified in 2011.

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Source: Naija.ng

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