By Abdul Basit Odunsanya
Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya, Oluwo-Bashorun and Ondo Localities have taken the ‘Stop the Crime Campaign’ to schools and sensitized not less than 684 secondary students on adverse effects of crime and criminal activities along youths recently.
Oluwo-Bashorun Muqam took STC to Isabatudeen Secondary School and Al-Ikrah International Secondary School, Ibadan on 20th March, 2019.
The team represented by four Khuddam and one Ansarullah visited the schools to educate the students on crime and effects.
The facilitator delivered a speech on effects of crimes in our communities, in the lives of the perpetrators and how to shun crimes for the progress and development of the country.
At Al-Ikrah Secondary School, 34 students and 7 staff members were in attendance, while 550 students and 12 staff members benefited from the campaign at Issabatudeen Secondary School.
Some questions were asked by students and were answered adequately by the facilitators.
The managements of both schools were very delighted and confirmed that they were very lucky to have the programme held in their schools, while encouraging the Majlis to bring the programme to their school at least every three months.
The Majlis thereafter appreciated the management of both schools for the privilege given to them by using the facilities for the success of the campaign.
In a related development, Ondo Muqam took the campaign to a new school, Raheem International School, Epe, Ondo City, on 29th March, 2019.
During the campaign held at the school assembly, Missn. Abdul Hakeem Abdur Raheem sensitized the pupils on various types of crimes, their effects on the society and children and remedies to all forms of crime.
The school management and pupils, who were more than 100, benefited from the educative programme.