By AbdulAzeez Abdullateef
Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya, Ekiti State has taken Stop the Crime Campaign to four different schools in the state between 7th and 15th March, 2019.
Meanwhile, it is a national programme where Majlis was able to identify that there is a nexus between crime, poverty, unemployment and corruption while recognising the need for concerted efforts from both the government and non-state actors in the fight against crimes among the youths.
Basically, Ekiti State educated students of Egbe-Oba High School, Ikole Ekiti, Ansar-Ud-Deen Comprehensive High School, Ado-Ekiti, Doherty Memorial Grammar School, Ijero-Ekiti and Muslim College, Ado Ekiti.
At the end of the presentation, the Vice Principal of Egbe Oba High School was presented with two copies of Review of Religion Magazine.
The Majlis team, led by State Qaid, Bro. AbdulAzeez Abdullateef and State Campaign Co-Ordinator, Bro. Ayyub Akinola Jimoh-Giwa, reiterated its commitment to visit more schools in a bid to encouraging the young lads to adopt a pathway for crime free future.
The students and staff members of the schools commended MKAN for promoting high moral standard beyond religion and using the avenue to advocate for more campaigns from other youth organizations.
3700 students were sensitized across the schools and 100 fliers were distributed during the cause of the campaign.
The Majlis had the privilege to electronic media coverage from Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN) (100.5 Progress FM Ado Ekiti). With the content of the (STC) aired in the News twice. Various social media platforms were also deployed for the publicity of the campaign.
A total of 21 Majlis members carried out the exercise.