By Tazoacha Asonganyi
The end of the year exams have come and gone; now is time to go back to school. How the exhilarating years pass in a twinkle of an eye, interspersed with exciting holidays. For sure, much time was spent during the holidays watching television. And so, in spite of our best efforts, the hidden "enemy" lurking in television sets got into the vulnerable children without their knowledge. Small wonder that most of them going back to school are likely to be like Socrates’ Athenian youths with "... bad manners, contempt for authority, disrespect for older people ..." and who "... no longer rise when their elders enter their room ... contradict their parents, chatter before company, gobble their food and tyrannise their teachers..."