Odule made the remark in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos.
He said that the world was a large market where talented children needed to exhibit their potentials in order to earn a decent living.
“Youths are the leaders of tomorrow, their potentials matters a lot,’’ he said.
He advised teachers to identify talented children and ensure that they are groomed to fruition.
“Parents and teachers should value the future and talents of their children and tap from their potential and groom them to be good ambassadors.
“Grooming the children would help in developing the society by contributing their quota toward nation building.
“Engaging youths in meaningful pursuits will help to transform their mindset,’’ he said. (NAN)