Counselling Strategies for Addressing Militancy and Social Restiveness in Nigeria
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36th Annual International Conference of Counselling Association of Nigeria (CASSON)
The youths remain can be considered as the greatest assets that any community can possess. They are the greatest investments for a society’s sustainable development and future. This is the reason that is generally acknowledged that meaningful and positive fundamental changes are usually fostered, shaped across cultural settings or shaped by the generation of youths in the society. Youths of every society are looked up to as leaders of the next generation, and as such a great resource for national development. Youths, since time immemorial play different vital roles in communal life, they have served as helpers to their parents on the farm, assistant to their parents, families and communities such as farming, blacksmiths, weaving and so on. They have also served as communal watchmen that have protected their immediate environment from external attacks...
Counselling , Strategies , Addressing , Militancy , Social Restiveness , Nigeria , Research Subject Categories::HUMANITIES and RELIGION
Olusakin A. M and Nwolisa, F.A (2012). Counselling Strategies for Addressing Militancy and Social Restiveness in Nigeria. A Paper presented at the 36th Annual International Conference of the Counselling Association of Nigeria held at Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife. August 27-31