By Asheer Abdulgafar
Majlis Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya, Ijebu-Ode District and Lagos State have orientated more than 1,700 school students and 59 teachers on crime and its dangers during their Stop the crime campaigns held separately in their areas.
Ijebu-Ode District held its campaign in two schools, Prince Will Academy, Odogbolu and AUD Primary School, Ayepe on 27th March, 2019.
Besides the students and teachers that were enlightened on crimes, drug abuse and its effects on their lives and the society, the District also talked to 60 learners.
In the same vein, Lagos Ilaqa took its campaign to Babs Fafunwa Millennium Senior Secondary School on 27th March, 2019.
Majlis Members arrived the school with three crew members of Muslim Television Ahmadiyya (MTA).
The Majlis presented its presentation at the school assembly in the presence of the students and school managements.
In his presentation, Hafiz Abdullah Yusuf introduced MKAN to the students, what MKAN stands for and how we came about Stop the Crime Campaign.
Afterwards, a comprehensive speech was delivered by the State Coordinator, Bro Asheer Abdulgafar who explained the meaning of crime, types of crime, causes of crime, its effects and punishments and how to stay away from crime to not less than 1,700 students and 50 teachers respectively.
He made the presentation using contents of the slides prepared for the program. Yoruba translation of the speech was rendered by Bro Kabir Alabi.
After the speech which lasted for about 30 minutes, the Majlis presented some copies of Review of Religions to the School’s Principal, Mrs. Ojo Folorunso to be kept as part of literary resources in the school library.
More than 500 copies of the STC Campaign fliers were also distributed to the students and teachers.
The MTA Crew, led by Missionary Abdulkabir Aderibigbe, interviewed key personalities in the school to get their views on the campaign, which include: Vice Principal, Head Boy, Head Girl and one of the teachers.
They all gave positive responses on the programme and described how happy they were to have the campaign brought to their school.
Majlis Members who took part in this programme were Asheer Abdulgafar, Kabir Alabi, Yakub Adegboyega, Hafiz Abdullah, Babalola Ahmad, AbdulGafar Jimoh and Saheed Adeleke.