The Patron Of Committee For Defense Of Human Rights, Ota Calls For A Change Of Attitude
The Patron of Committee for Defense of Human Rights, Adisa Davis has canvassed for a change of attitude during the conference held at his Baba Flower residence in Ota.
Mr Davis charged every stakeholder present during the conference to bring about a thorough change of attitude among the uncertain intellectuals and common men on the street. He added that our attitude is a reflection of our value system.
He further emphasized on the negative attitudes of those in government authority, government ministries perpetuating crimes and evils with their positions. He elucidated in his speech that ‘Regrettably, by our bad attitude, consciously and unconsciously, we are legalizing illegalities in various places such as the police stations, hospitals, government offices and even at motor parks and market places’ to exploit their fellow men as they collect all kinds of levies and taxes.
The Patron however stressed on the need for everyone to desist from attitude of self service; serving themselves first before they serve other persons so as to bring about ideal attitude.
On a final note, he called on people in positions of authority and government workers to start by propagating the ideals of real change of attitude so as to bring about positive progress.