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Stop the Crime: Ogun State, Benin District orientate more than 700 students


By Saheed Idowu & Muftaudeen Abdullah

Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya, Ogun State and Benin District have orientated more than 700 students of public and private schools on the consequences of indulging in various crimes during their Stop the Crime Campaigns held on 13th and 14th March, 2019 respectively.

Ogun Majlis took its campaign to Baptist High School and Ahmadiyya Science College, Ilaro, Ogun State with its presentation materials to enlighten the secondary school students on dangers of crimes.

No fewer than 300 and 120 secondary school students benefited from the educative event.

At the end of the presentation, questions were entertained and were answered by the facilitators adequately.

The beneficiaries appreciated the effort of the Majlis as the schools wanted more visitations from MKAN.

However, Benin District took its Stop the Crime Campaign to Kind David Academy Primary and Secondary School, Orerokpe, Delta State.

The Majlis numbered 30 went to the school with their teaching materials to educated the pupils on the effects of crimes in their lives and the society.

At the end of the lecture, few questions were asked by the beneficiaries and were answered by Majlis members adequately.

The School Head, while talking, showed appreciation to the Majlis and confessed that they would like to have the Majlis to come and educate the parents of the children because most of their parents lacked this moral knowledge.

In addition, he also told the Majlis that after the campaign held last year, some children had told their parents that they wanted to become Muslims.



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