Firm Announces Sponsorship of Debate Series on Nigeria Info FM Abuja

PressPayNg has announced its sponsorship of the esteemed debate series "I Beg to Differ" on Nigeria Info FM Abuja.

Firm Announces Sponsorship of Debate Series on Nigeria Info FM Abuja

PressPayNg has announced its sponsorship of the esteemed debate series "I Beg to Differ" on Nigeria Info FM Abuja. The series, renowned for its capacity to stimulate critical thinking and ignite public discourse, is set to dig into the pressing issue of social media's influence on teenage mental health.

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The season's inaugural debate, titled 'Does Social Media Negatively Impact Mental Health in Teenagers?', is poised to spark intense debate and offer enlightening viewpoints across 16 riveting sessions. The series promises a rich tapestry of perspectives, featuring a diverse lineup of participants ranging from students to professionals and mental health experts. Each session is meticulously designed to serve as a vibrant arena where debaters can articulate their stances, fortified by research and personal narratives, thus providing a comprehensive exploration of social media's intricate role in mental well-being.

Mr. Abiola Metilelu, the Chief Executive Officer of PressPayNg, conveyed the company's dedication to nurturing platforms that enhance intellectual growth and contribute to societal welfare. "Our support for 'I Beg to Differ' reflects our commitment to initiatives that enrich intellectual development and communal health. Through these debates, we aim to deepen the collective understanding of social media's dualistic impact on mental health, while advocating for mindful engagement and digital literacy," stated Mr. Metilelu.

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As the debate series unfolds, it is expected to catalyze a nationwide conversation on the responsible use of social media and its implications for the future of mental health among the youth.