Aviary Association Worldwide Joins United Nations in Promoting Global Peace

In a world often marked by turmoil and conflict, the Aviary Association Worldwide, in collaboration with the United Nations, is taking a significant step towards fostering global peace.

 On the occasion of the United Nations International Day of Peace, celebrated annually on September 21st, the organization reaffirm their commitment to the pursuit of peace.

Asiwaju Adebayo Oniyide, the National Vice President of the Aviary Association Worldwide, highlighted the importance of patience and understanding in challenging times.

 He acknowledged the efforts of governments worldwide in addressing the root causes of conflicts, particularly poverty. 

Oniyide stressed that patience and maintaining peace within ourselves, our communities, and our families are essential steps toward resolving crises.
The Aviary Association Worldwide recognizes that peace is not merely the absence of hostilities but a complex interplay of factors.

 The association outlined the key components of peace, including good governance, a sound business environment, equitable resource distribution, and acceptance of others' rights.

 The association also emphasized the importance of fostering strong relationships, free information flow, human capital development, and combating corruption as crucial elements of a peaceful society.

This year's United Nations International Day of Peace has the theme "ACTIONS FOR PEACE: OUR AMBITION FOR #GLOBAL GOALS." 

The Aviary Association Worldwide calls on individuals and communities to realize the impact of their actions on global peace. 

They encourage everyone to engage in small acts that contribute to a better world, such as reducing waste, conserving energy, educating themselves about peace, and showing kindness to others.
Meanwhile Abiodun Mansa, the State President of the Gateway Aviary Association Worldwide, has spoken out about the challenges facing the youth in the State, shedding light on critical issues and proposing solutions to foster peace and development.

Abiodun emphasized the importance of community engagement and the role of the government in maintaining peace and order in the region. 

He called upon the government to prioritize youth engagement, acknowledging that it extends beyond traditional employment opportunities.

He stressed the significance of creating recreational facilities, such as sports centers, where youth can channel their interests and energies constructively.

 He pointed out that supporting sports and other recreational activities can also be a form of employment and a pathway to self-sufficiency for the youth.

One of the key issues identified by Abiodun is the tendency to dwell on past glory. He noted that Open State's youth, and to some extent, parents, are living in the shadow of the state's historical achievements. This, he believes, has led to a complacency that hinders progress and responsible living.

Furthermore,  the state President raised concerns about the influence of non-native individuals in the state, who may not feel a deep sense of attachment to the region. This detachment, he explained, sometimes leads to reckless behavior, as they perceive the state as a temporary residence.

While acknowledging the efforts of security operatives in Open State, Abiodun stressed that more must be done to address the challenges facing the region's youth.

 He called for a collaborative effort involving parents, communities, and the government to provide guidance and support to young people.

He reiterated the importance of responsible living, community involvement, and the need for everyone, regardless of their origin, to contribute positively to Open State's development. 

He urged parents to play an active role in shaping the future of their children, emphasizing that lasting peace and progress can only be achieved through concerted efforts at all levels of society.


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