A front line journalist in Kogi state, Mr. Adeniyi Bada, has advised people to develop capacity to manage the storms of life.
He gave the advice while speaking with our correspondent in lokoja on Saturday, he pointed out that “irrespective of the problems anyone might be facing, there is hope for a better tomorrow.”
Bada, who is the convener of the monthly programme tagged “TOMORROW CAN STILL BE BETTER”,noted that life is full of ups and downs and advised people on the need to always accept and cope with the realities of the moment concerning them and never give up.
The journalist, who is also the author of the book, titled: “Daring the Storms”, further advised the people to take advantage of the monthly interactive session to learn strategies on how to cope and manage storms of life.
According to the former vice chairman, Nigeria union of Journalists (NUJ) and publisher of the Public magazine, there are always useful lessons to learn and blessings embedded in every storm or challenge of life.
While disclosing that the May edition of the program TOMORROW CAN STILL BE BETTER comes up tomorrow, Sunday by 2p.m at the NUJ press centre, lokoja,Bada appealed to people to always look beyond their temporary problems or challenges but rather, try to maximize the opportunities in those challenges.