The National Orientation Agency (NOA) has called on Nigerian youths to make positive contributions in the development of the country by displaying the right attitudes.

Mr Mike Omeri, Director-General (D-G) of the agency, made the call while receiving the ‘Save Africa Integrity Legacy Network International’ team in Abuja on Monday.

The NOA D-G, who was represented by Mr David Akoji, the Technical Assistant of the agency, said the agency was passionate about youths and the society.

He added that the “Do the right thing” campaign of the agency was launched to eradicate societal vices in the country.

Omeri?expressed the readiness?of the agency to collaborate with the team in their programmes because their aims and objectives were inter-related with those of the?agency.

He?called on all Nigerians to be ambassadors of change and evangelists of hope by doing the right thing and supporting the programmes and policies of President Goodluck Jonathan.

Mr Shagari Dogo, President of the network, lauded NOA for its orientation programme and the awareness it was creating on government's activities in the country.

Dogo said that the NOA boss was identified by the organisation as a beacon of hope and a guiding light to the next generation of leaders because of the various re-orientation programmes of the agency.

He said that the presentation of the award to Omeri was also in recognition of his integrity, hard-work and contributions to the society.

The News Agency?of?Nigeria (NAN) reports that Omeri was presented with an honorary award as an Icon of Africa Integrity by the organisation.(NAN)